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THE PLACE TO BE 




St. Mary's College is a small 
but proud school which is 
built on a long tradition of 
religious values. In our love- 
ly chapel we gather 
together to worship, pray, 
and learn all important 
aspects of life at St. Mary's. 
Here we learn to appreciate 
the purpose of our school in 
an atmosphere that blends 
the academic and spiritual. 



TOP RIGHT: Penick squares 
come to life on a sunny after- 
noon. TOP LEFT: Suzanne 
West and Julie Gray are just a 
couple of wild and crazy 
chicks. MIDDLE: Two girls go 
to lunch between classes. MID- 
DLE RIGHT: Suzanne West, 
Isabel Erwin, and Amy Smith 
take their time in the Fun Run. 
ABOVE: Senior girls playing 
with their food as usual. 
ABOVE RIGHT: Freshmen en- 
joying a hall party after Chapel. 



2 / INTRODUCTION 



DEDICATION 



Doris Parker was switch- 
board director and secre- 
tary of development before 
she became manager of the 
Bookstore. She has been a 
part of the St. Mary's family 
for seventeen years and 
has come in contact with 
everyone at one time or 
another. Mrs. Parker is a 
special friend to each stu- 
dent, and we are delighted 
to recognize her contribu- 
tions to St. Mary's College 
by dedicating the 1984 
Stagecoach to her. 




DEDICATION / 3 



The annual Honors Convocation was held 
on April 13, 1983 to recognize outstand- 
ing high school and college students with- 
in each department. Twenty-five students 
and two faculty members were honored. 
Miss Ellen A. Birch, Chairman of the 
Mathematics Department, was chosen by 
the students to receive the Outstanding 
Professor Award. Among the many spe- 
cial student awards was the Mount 
Holyoke Alumnae Award which was pre- 
sented to Jane Townsend; Carole Fergu- 
son and Michelle Marcin shared the Phi 
Beta Kappa Award. 



HONORS CONVOCATION 




TOP RIGHT: President Rice 
gives a speech of congratula- 
tions to those who won hon- 
ors. ABOVE: Mrs. Stoops and 
Dr. Rollins show their excite- 
ment for those who were hon- 
ored. BOTTOM LEFT: Phi Beta 
Kappa and the High School 
Honor Society awaits entrance 
into Pittman. RIGHT: Dean 
Jones proudly poses for a pic- 
ture with her scholarly daugh- 
ter, Maggi. 




4 / HONORS CONVOCATION 




TOP LEFT: Marshals welcome the honored 
into the convocation. TOP RIGHT: Dean Miller 
opens Honor Ceremony. MIDDLE: Three schol- 
arly professors discuss the achievements of 
their students. ABOVE: Honor students pre- 
pare entrance for the ceremony. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Dr. Campell prepares the honored stu- 
dents for the ceremony. 



HONORS CONVOCATION / 5 




TOP LEFT: Anne Duncan 
Bailey weaving the May Pole. 
TOP RIGHT: Gillie Galium does 
a little Scottish dance during 
Springfest. ABOVE: The 1984 
May Court. MIDDLE: Jeanie 
Trueblood is introduced as 
1984 May Queen. LEFT: Mime 
Troupe keeps the Spring Festi- 
val quiet. 



6 / SPRING FESTIVAL 



A spring sun smiled brightly 
over St. Mary's that May 
afternoon of Springfest. 
From under the large shady 
oak trees of the front lawn, 
the court members 
emerged wearing beautiful 
white gowns and carrying 
fragrant bouquets of pink 
flowers. Chosen by the stu- 
dent body, the Spring Court 
members represented their 
respective classes. The 
Queen of the festivities, 



Jeanie Trueblood, was 
crowned by President Rice. 
The Queen and her court 
were entertained by the 
Caperettes, Gillie Callum, 
and Orchesis. Finally, the 
members of the court per- 
formed the traditional 
Maypole dance before Miss 
Trueblood. Springfest is 
one of the most spectacular 
events of the St. Mary's 
school year. 




LEFT: Mary Michelle does Lit- 
tle Darling for the audience. 
MIDDLE: Another of Mrs. 
Brown's modern dance 
groups. BELOW: President 
Rice greets Jeanie Trueblood 
as May Queen. BOTTOM LEFT: 
Constance Frost performs for 
the court. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Orchesis performs a modern 
dance with special props. 



SPRING FESTIVAL / 7 




ALUMNAE DAY 




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Alumnae Day is held each 
year at St. Mary's to reunite 
alumnae. Last year this 
special event was held on 
the weekend of April 1 3-1 4. 
Those who graduated in 
1979, 1974, 1964, 1959, 
and 1934 enjoyed parties 
on Friday evening. Satur- 
day was filled with many 
activities including a lovely 
luncheon . Everyone 
seemed to have a great 



time; many plan to return 
this year. 

TOP LEFT: Alumnae get 
together to talk about old 
times. MIDDLE: Mr. Conrad 
chats with one of St. Mary's de- 
voted alumnae. ABOVE: Cold 
Cuts perform for alumnae. 
RIGHT: faithful alumnae get 
together and reminisce. TOP 
RIGHT: Alumnae get together 
in the Library to review old arti- 
cles. 





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TOP: Mr. Dillard discusses 
with Alumnae the changes at 
St. Mary's. MIDDLE: Old St. 
Mary's friends greet one 
another. ABOVE: Registration 
for Alumnae. LEFT: Alumnae 
once again dine in St. Mary's 
Cafeteria. 



ALUMNAE DAY / 9 



Graduation was a chance 
for each student to reflect 
upon the fond memories 
and life-long friendships 
made at St. Mary's. Sepa- 
rate, but tradtional, high 
school and college cere- 
monies were led by the 
Marshals who ushered stu- 
dents around the Circle and 
through the grove in front of 



Smedes. The graduates 
were addressed by Mr. Wil- 
liam Walter Dukes, Jr. who 
has served St. Mary's Col- 
lege as a Trustee for 23 
years — the longest of any 
St. Mary's Trustee. As the 
ceremony closed, joyful, 
but tearful, graduates 
tossed their caps into the 
air. 





TOP RIGHT: President Rice 
gives a memorable speech to 
the graduates. ABOVE: Jeanie 
Trueblood makes her way to 
receive her diploma. MIDDLE: 
The Seniors listen to closing 
graduation speech attentively. 
RIGHT: Sophomores sing the 
school hymn as the ceremony 
comes to a close. 



10 /GRADUATION 



GRADUATION 





TOP LEFT: Even at graduation, 
Sandra Ray continues to clown 
around. TOP RIGHT: Missy 
Ritchie, June Gunter and Pia 
Price laugh as they see Sandra 
Ray accept her diploma. 
ABOVE: Sophomores say their 
goodbyes to the friends 
they've made while at St. 
Mary's. ABOVE RIGHT: 
Catherine shows signs of ner- 
vousness as she waits for her 
name to be called. LEFT: The 
Faculty attentively watch as 
they see some of their stu- 
dents graduate. 



GRADUATION/ 11 



ORIENTATION 



Before school officially begins, counsel- 
ors and the administration go through 
workshops to get things organized for the 
coming year. Then suddenly one day near 
the end of August, the campus is filled 
with old and new girls alike, frantically 
rushing around registering and getting 
their keys. Then comes the experience of 
moving in: unloading boxes, unpacking 
clothes, and creating a new home. By the 
end of the day, all are glad it only happens 
once but are ready to start a fun-filled 
year. 



TOP RIGHT: New Students pay 
their SGA dues. ABOVE: A new 
Junior slowly makes her way 
to Cruik, hoping not to drop 
anything. MIDDLE: Students 
register for health insurance. 
RIGHT: Loaded cars arrive at 
St. Mary's. 




12 /ORIENTATION 




The St. Mary's Talent Show 
brought all the clubs 
together to announce their 
members and to show the 
new Cold Cut colors. The 
Cold Cuts' colors for the up- 
coming year were danger- 
ously different denim over- 
alls with pink and white 
shirts. The Cold Cuts sang 
and played their traditional 
songs and then a few new 



ones. All in all, the students 
were amazed at how much 
talent the St. Mary's girls 
have. 



TOP: Cold Cuts display their 
new colors. ABOVE: Students 
gather to see the Cold Cuts 
perform. MIDDLE: Mary Mac 
Ogden does a little break danc- 
ing. RIGHT: The Cold Cuts end 
the show with a familiar song. 




TALENT SHOW/ 13 




Each fall, the parents return 
to St. Mary's to visit their 
daughters. The weekend 
includes a southern picnic 
with the Cold Cuts, confer- 
ences with teachers, a 
country morning breakfast, 
and almost always a tradi- 
tional shopping spree at lo- 
cal malls. The weekend is 
an enjoyable time in which 
the girls get to spend time 
with their parents and intro- 



duce them to their new 
friends and family. 



TOP RIGHT: Smedes dorm 
welcomes the St. Mary's par- 
ents. TOP LEFT: Francis Fowle 
shows her mother what St. 
Mary's is all about. ABOVE: 
Annie Grey Sprunt and Anne 
Butter discuss the changes at 
St. Mary's. RIGHT: The Un- 
datettes sell drinks during Par- 
ents Weekend. 




14 /PARENTS WEEKEND 



PARENTS WEEKEND 





TOP LEFT: Ellen Toller and 
Betsy Smith perform with the 
Cold Cuts for parents. TOP 
RIGHT: Kristin Marcin and Fa- 
ther join in the festivities of 
Parents Weekend. MIDDLE: 
Sally Maddison and her Mother 
prepare for a look around St. 
Mary's. LEFT: Ann Raymor and 
her father get a little dessert 
after lunch. ABOVE: Parents 
and Students watch the Cold 
Cuts perform. 



PARENTS WEEKEND/ 15 




TOP LEFT: Wooten Warner 
and Catherine Davis sit 
together during a meeting. 
TOP RIGHT: Grey Cunningham 
strolls to lunch. ABOVE LEFT: 
A table of Seniors clowning 
around during lunch. MIDDLE: 
Lee Schwartz and Anne Maury 
make perfect roommates. 
RIGHT: Susan Avent and a 
friend watch the Freshmen 
goof off. 




16/CANDIDS 




ABOVE LEFT: Robyn Smith 
and Dabney Mann, Raleigh 
girls. ABOVE RIGHT: Jane 
Parks is excited about leaving 
for a big weekend. MIDDLE: 
Clayton Henkel keeps up the 
style of David Bowie. LEFT: 
Kristin Marcin, Hope Dooner 
and Harriet Little show off their 
hats. ABOVE: Meg Arey in- 
vestigates a room after it's 
been decorated for scoop. 



CANDIDS/17 



TALKING ABOUT 
ST. MARY'S 




ABOVE RIGHT: Elizabeth Zer- 
vos gets a little help from Dr. 
Cambell. ABOVE LEFT: Tad 
Wyman gives a brief talk about 
St. Mary's. MIDDLE: Anne de- 
Rosset works steadily to get a 
gift. ABOVE: Christiana Black 
and Vaiden Kramer talk to old 
Alumnae. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Several teachers help out by 
doing some paper work. 
RIGHT: President Rice looks 
around to make sure every- 
things okay. 




18/PHONATHON 



PHONATHON 




ST. MARY'S 

MNAE PHONATHON 




ABOVE LEFT: Tad Wyman 
helps an alumnae look up 
some old friends. ABOVE 
RIGHT: Jan Johnson smiles af- 
ter she gets a thousand dollar 
gift. MIDDLE: The Phonathon 



workers are steadily talking 
about St. Mary's. ABOVE: Ele- 
nor Field becomes frustrated 
when the donations are slow. 
LEFT: Wooten Warner has a 
birthday surprise at SMC. 



PHONATHON/ 19 



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Through its Forum Series St. 
Mary's College brings to its stu- 
dents an opportunity for culture 
and educational enrichment. On 
five Monday mornings during the 
school year, the students gather 
in Pittman Auditorium to be enter- 
tained and educated by actors 
and speakers from various re- 
gions of the nation. The series 
included programs which ex- 
plored the subjects of national 
politics and computer technolo- 
gy, and the arts of dancing and 
creative recitation. The Forum 
Series provides the change for 
students to learn about exciting 
and interesting occupations to 
which they otherwise would not 
be exposed. 






Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee 
September 26 

3 pm Informal Discussion 
7:30 pm Performance 

For over two decades, Ossie Davis has held a unique 
place among the great artists of the American theatre, 
equally distinguished as an actor, writer, and director. 
His wife, the distinguished actress Ruby Dee, is known 
not only for her many great stage and screen 
appearances over the years, but also as an acclaimed 
writer and director. Both are in constant demand for 
stage TV, and motion picture appearances. 
Together they have created this special presentation 
celebrating the human experience in a program of 
drama, stories, poetry, and legends. Sources are 
diverse, ranging from African folk tales to modern 
writings, representing some of our greatest American 
authors. Their love of people and deep interest in a 
lively and provocative audience/performer relationship 
make this program an exciting theatrical experience. 
This performance is made possible by a grant from the 
Mary Duke Biddle foundation. 



Bettina Gregory 
October 22 

10 am "The 1984 Presidential Election and the Press". 
2 pm Informal Discussion 

Bettina Gregory has served as ABC News' Senior 
General Assignment Correspondent since April 1980. 
Based in Washington, she covers a variety of major 
national news stories for ABC television programming 
and for the six ABC Radio Networks. Prior to her 
present assignment, Ms. Gregory served as an ABC 
News White House Correspondent, Federal Regulatory 
Agencies Correspondent, and as Military Affairs 
Correspondent. 

She is the recipient of numerous national and regional 
journalism awards including the Women in 
Communications Clarion Award, the Women at Work 
Broadcast Award, and first place for National News by 
Odyssey Institute in New York. 

She was educated at Smith College, the 
Webber-Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London, 
England, and at Pierce College, in Athens, Greece, 
where she was graduated summa cum laude. 



Gene Youngblood 
November 12 

10 am "The Communications Revolution and the Future 

of Computers. 
2 pm Discussion Seminar 
Gene Youngblood is an internationally-known author, 
lecturer and consultant in electronic art and technology. 
He is a oioneer researcher and scholar in this rapidly 
emerging field, which applies a broad range of electronic 
technology in both the scientific and artistic realms. He 
is a highly respected theorist and philosopher on the 
far-reaching changes that are being brought about in our 
lives by the impact of sweeping technological 
advancements, which he terms a revolution, taking place 
in our time. 

An electrifying speaker, he has lectured at more than 
100 colleges, universities and museums throughout the 
country. He has served as a consultant to the 
Rockefeller Foundation and The National Endowment for 
the Arts. He currently teaches at the California Institute 
of the Arts where he continues his work as a researcher, 
writer, and consultant. 



20 / FORUM 



THE FAMOUS TO SMC 




Three For All 

Music — Dance — Poetry 

January 14 

10 pm Performance 
2 pm Masterclass 

Three for all — Poet Bruce Bennett, dancer Barbara 
Dickinson, pianist Carolyn Morgan — grew out of a 
series of collaborations among the three Wells College 
faculty members. Each an experienced artist and 
performer, the three have evolved a repertory 
interweaving poetry, dance, and music into a varied and 
synthesized whole. In solo, duet, and ensemble, Three 
For All's unigue program provides insight into the 
separate forms and explores the dramatic possibilities of 
their relationship. 

" . . , they wove the separate art forms into a brilliant, 
multicolored tapestry. This is not a juxtaposition of three 
disciplines, but a fusion." 
The Citizen. Auburn, NY 



Jayne Lybrand 



February 25 

10 am "Taking Charge ol Your Future" 
2 pm Informal Discussion 

Jayne Lybrand is a nationally known communication 
specialist, whose dynamic and humorous presentations 
have won her special acclaim on college campuses 
across the country Her expertise in verbal and 
non-verbal communication skills is widely sought after by 
such diverse groups as students educators, law schools, 
White House administrators, business personnel 
management, and leading entertainers. 

She has earned a B.F.A. and a MAT in Speech 
Communications and Guidance Counseling from Texas 
Christian University, with a doctorate in progress, and 
she is President of Jayne Lybrand Associates, Bedford, 
TX, 

Her program will focus on creating effective 
interpersonal communication skills, as they relate to 
choosing and developing a career. 




The Howard Hanger Jazz Fantasy 
April 10 

7:30 pm Performance 

The Howard Hanger Jazz Fantasy of four is composed 
of piano, synthesizers, guitar, vocal, bass, and 
percussion. Howard Hanger is a charismatic performer 
who has assembled a highly skilled and versatile group 
of musicians who are seasoned performers at Jazz 
Festivals as well as with symphony orchestras. Their 
sound has been described as fresh and imaginative, and 
they are known for their excellent rapport with 
audiences. 

They are endorsed by the Jazz Panel of the National 
Endowment for the Arts and are listed by the U.S. State 
Department for Embassy Engagements throughout the 
world. Based in Asheville, N.C., they tour throughout the 
U.S. and abroad six months every year. 
This concert is supported by a grant from the N. C. Arts 
Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. 



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On Saturday, November 3, all of 
St. Mary's was dancing in the 
dark at the Sheraton for the annu- 
al SGA dance. From 9:00 til 1 :00 
we were dancing to the funky 
beat of Threshold. The dance this 
year was a two day affair. The 
WATS sponsored a party at KA 
on Friday night that was a big 
success. On Saturday morning, 
the girls and their dates were in- 
vited to the cafeteria for a 
wonderful brunch catered by the 
ARA. All in all everyone who 
attended the dance this year had 
a wonderful time from Friday to 
Saturday. 



22 /SGA DANCE 




SGA DANCE / 23 



RIGHT: Annis Gill speaks to students 
about Honor as she is head of Judicial 
Board. BELOW: Students pledge their 
honor to the school. 

The Honor Week is a time when 
the students learn about honor 
and its importance to the St. 
Mary's life. The success of our 
Honor system depends upon 
each student's acceptance of re- 
sponsibility for her own honor and 
for the honor of the school. The 
Chapel represents honor as each 
student shows their acceptance 
by the signing of the honor 
pledge. 



HONOR 
CHAPEL 





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TOP: Mimi Fisher, Carolyn Thornton, and Elizabeth Zervos 
help out with the signing of the pledge as they are SGA 
officers. LEFT: Ann Fitzmaurice, a day student SGA officer 
signs her name. ABOVE: Reverend Davis opens the cere- 
mony. 



HONOR CHAPEL / 25 




CANDIDS 



ABOVE RIGHT: Jane Kollmanspergee. 
Tiffany Compton, Sarah McGuire and 
Lynn Cowell pose together for the SGA 
dance. ABOVE LEFT: Bev Tuller gets a 
Birthday Surprise. BELOW RIGHT: 
Class of 1929 — 55th Reunion. BE- 
LOW: Sophomore girls fill the hall of 
Second West Smedes. 





26 / CANDIDS 





TOP: Christy Miller, Katherine Walton 
and Caroline Long pal around in West 
Rock. MIDDLE: Isabel Erwin gets a 
male stripper for a birthday surprise. 
ABOVE: Marinda Sapp and Sarah Gee 
express their friendship on an FCA ski 
weekend. 



CANDIDS/27 



LIGHTING 
O'THE 
GREEN 



Right: Sara Campbell helps keep Santa 
protected from the crowd of girls. Mid- 
dle: Lori Durden, Claire Johnson, and 
Caro Ealy pose for a picture in front of 
the Christmas tree. Bottom: Sallie Bett 
Garey and Sara Campbell enjoy being 
elves. 




28 / LIGHTING O' THE GREEN 




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The "Lighting O' The Green" is a 
celebration which starts off the 
Christmas season for St. Mary's 
College with the lighting of the 
Christmas tree by West Rock 
dorm. This year Ms. Martha 
Stoops opened the celebration 
since she is leaving this year after 
just finishing her book on St. 
Mary's college. 

Santa Clause was the highlight of 
the evening as everyone turned 
to him after the singing of Christ- 
mas Carols around the tree. 

TOP: A group of girls relax over hot 
cider. LEFT: Kristin Marcin helps her- 
self to more refreshments. 



LIGHTING O' THE GREEN / 29 





TOP: Susan Somers and Elizabeth Zer- 
vos get together during the Christmas 
season. ABOVE: Ann Fitzmaurice 
takes a break from all of the Christmas 



excitement. RIGHT: Annie Gray Sprunt 
seeks out president Rice to give him 
his special gift. 



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LEFT: Key-key Bitter, Katherine Davis, Ansley Bost, and Wooten Warner 
get together at the Christmas Party. MIDDLE: BACKROW: Kristin 
Morris, Virginia Yarborough, Mimi Fisher. FRONT: Kristin Marcin, 
Dorothy Guggenheimer, and Julie Brady sit back as Cold Cuts 
perform. BELOW: Dabney Mann helps with the twelve days of 
Christmas tor the Cold Cuts. BOTTOM: Everyone dresses for the 
Christmas party as they prepare for the "Night Before Christmas" 
story. 




CIRCLE/BEACON CHRISTMAS PARTY / 31 




ABOVE RIGHT: Harriet Little, 
another exciting datenight in 
the library. ABOVE LEFT: Kelly 
Phillips and Catherine Loflin 
play a few tunes. ABOVE: 
Kathy Keel and Lori Durden 
help save the light. LEFT: 
Susan Harrington and Heath 
Cole love the change in the St. 
Mary's food service. 




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ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF 




ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF / 33 



PRESIDENT RICE AND STAFF 





Mrs. Maxine Chauvaux 
Secretary to the President 




Mrs. Faye Fussell 

Administrative Assistant 

to the President 



In trying to enrich the "St. Mary's 
Experience" for everyone in the 
college community, President 
Rice plays an active role in the 
events on campus. Whether it's a 
phonathon, a chapel service, a 
student activity or a special pro- 
gram, Mr. Rice usually stops by to 
be with his "college family" for 
awhile. He welcomes the chal- 
lenge of leading St. Mary's in fund 
raising and educational en- 
deavors, but he finds his most 
satisfaction in being available to 
his students and colleagues 
when they need counsel or 
advice. Making a student's expe- 
rience at St. Mary's a special one 
is always foremost in the Presi- 
dent's thoughts and plans. 





34 / PRESIDENT RICE AND STAFF 



Dean Miller 
AND STAFF 





Miss Kim Rackley 
Secretary to the Dean 

Dean Miller, the Dean of the College, is the aca- 
demic officer of St. Mary's College and is responsi- 
ble to the President for the administration of all 
educational programs and personnel. He is a 
member of the Advisory Council, the Academic 
Counsel, the Admissions Committee, the Read- 
missions Committee, and the Scholarships Com- 
mittee. He also serves as an ex officio member of 
all committees of the College and presides over 
the business sessions of general faculty meetings. 
The Dean of the College is the second officer of 
the College and represents the President in time of 
his absence on routine matters. Dean Miller also 
teaches Introduction to Law. 



Mrs. Joyce Johnson 
Faculty Secretary 



DEAN MILLER AND STAFF / 35 



Being the Dean of Students is a very hard job with 
many responsibilities. It would seem to be so hard 
to keep everyone happy all the time; Dean Jones, 
St. Mary's Dean of Students, does one of the finest 
jobs of playing the mother away from home. Yes, 
she may have those who rebel against her and 
those who follow all that she says, but in the end it 
seems that from her patience and integrity each 
student leaves St. Mary's stronger and wiser. 



DEAN JONES 
AND STAFF 




Jewell Matthews 
Secretary to the Dean of Students 




Mrs. Johnson turns in the 
Penick Chapel pledges. 




36 / DEAN OF STUDENTS 




ADMISSIONS OFFICE 



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Mrs. Betty Stoddard 

Assistant Director of Financial Aid and Admissions 

Systems Management 




Mr. Robert Simpson 
Director ot Admissions 



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Mrs. Barbara Craig 
Associate Director ot Admissions 



Mrs. Tracy Johnston 
Secretary to the Director of Admissions 



Miss Beth Watkins 
Admissions Counselor 



ADMISSIONS OFFICE/ 37 



REGISTRARS OFFICE 



GUIDANCE 
OFFICE 




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ing transcripts to Chapel Hill. 



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Mrs. Barbara Bunch 
Director of Guidance 



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Secretary to Registrar 






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Director of Development 



DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 




Mrs. Jenny Herbert 
Director of Annual Giving 







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Mrs. Molly Nance 
Secretary to the Alumnae Director 




Mrs. Tad Wyman 
Alumnae Director 




Miss Jean Schaefer 
Director of College Relations 



Mrs. Daphne Nance 
Rearch Coordinator 




Mrs. Pat Hilliard 

Secretary to the Director 

of Development 




Mr. Henry Read oversees all in the Development office. 



DEVELOPEMENT OFFICE / 39 



BUSINESS 
OFFICE 



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Computer Systems Manager 



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Mrs. Gladys Jones 
Head Nurse 



Mrs. Betsy Wicker 
Nurse 



Mrs. Thelma Stone 
Night Nurse 




John W.S. Davis 
Chaplain 



INFIRMARY / CHAPLAIN / 41 



SWITCHBOARD AND BOOKSTORE 




Mrs. Margie Johnson 
Swtichboard Receptionist 



42 / SWITCHBOARD / BOOK STORE 




FOOD SERVICE / 43 



MERCURY MANAGEMENT 







44 / MERCURY MANAGEMENT 



DIRECTOR OF HOUSING 



Mrs. Pia Price 
Director of Housing 




Pia Price works along with Dean Jones when it comes to keeping students in line. 



DIRECTOR OF HOUSING / 45 



RESIDENT COUNSELORS 






Mrs. Sue Osborne 
Freshman Housemother 



Mrs. Margaret Selph 
Sophomore Housemother 



Mrs. Jacqueline Johnson 
Junior Housemother 




"Even though you may be unhappy about losing some money, Mrs. Johnson wil 
always have that friendly smile to greet you." 




Mrs. Helen Godwin 
Junior Housemother 



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Mrs. Pearl R. Johnson 
Senior Housemother 



46 / RESIDENT COUNSELORS 




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Mrs. Martha Smith 
Head Librarian 




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Mrs. Sarah Johnson 
Assistant in the Library 



Mrs. Young He Richards 
Seniors Cataloger 



v JTneTibrary (front view) ^S^>? 






Mrs. Schelley Childress 
Assistant in the Library 




Mrs. Mary Pearson 
Assistant Librarian 




Mrs. Christine Thompson 
Assistant Cataloger/Reference Librarian 



LIBRARY/ 47 



RIGHT: Shelley Pridgen and her ghostly friend. 
BELOW: Freshmen are enlightened by St. 
Mary's traditions. MIDDLE: Dorothy Gug- 
genheimer. MIDDLE RIGHT: Annis Gill shows 
her ballet. 




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ABOVE: Hope Dooner on the phone again! 
RIGHT: Rebecca Pace, Lindsey Shaw and Har- 
riet Little: St. Mary's makes the best of friends. 




48 / CANDIDS 



FACULTY 




ABOVE LEFT: The new faculty: 
Dr. Lucy Melbourne, Mrs. Rob- 
bie Knott, and Dr. Rebecca 
Bach. ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. 
Kraemer and Caro Ealy dis- 
cuss the phonathon. MIDDLE: 
Mrs. Stoops eyes the camera. 
ABOVE: Dr. Lado, one of our 
foreign language teachers, is 
definitely a true Spanard. BOT- 
TOM LEFT: Dr. Rollins talks 
about slavery. LEFT: A nice 
view of the Foreign Language 
Building. 



FACULTY / 49 



Dr. Bauso prepares a 1 



ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 




Ms. Margaret O'Shaughnessey 



50 / ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 





Mrs. Rebekah M. Gunn 




There are eight English profes- 
sors at St. Mary's who teach a 
variety of courses. Basic St. 
Mary's College requirements for 
graduation include nine hours of 
English. The professors do a 
good job of providing a large 
selection of courses, one of 
which is sure to appeal to each 
student. The English Department 
also sponsers outside speakers, 
Muse Week, and Mr. Tate has 
been taking students on special 
trips to Washington, D.C., New 
York, and England. 



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Mr. John U. Tate 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT/ 51 



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 




Mr. J. Arthur McCrae 



52 / MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 



Ms. Ellen Birch comes to workBentten it snows. 





The Mathematics Department at 
St. Mary's offers a wide range of 
courses. The variety of choices 
include Calculus, Accounting, 
Statistics, Geometry, Algebra, 
and several computer courses. 
Miss Ellen Birch, who has taught 
at St. Mary's since 1971, is the 



chairman of the mathematics de- 
partment. She and her co- 
workers, Mrs. Jenkins, Miss 
Taylor, Mr. McRae, Miss Bishop, 
and Mrs. Griffin, work together to 
form an effective and vital part of 
the St. Mary's curriculum. 



Mrs. Dana H. Jenkins 






MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT / 53 






Mrs. Gorgette Campbell 
Biology Teacher 



Dr. Todd Woener 
Chemistry Teacher 



Ms. Alice Zawadzki Greiner 
Chemistry teacher 




54 / SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 





The Science Department, 
headed by Dr. Janice Coffey, 
offers a variety of courses that 
stimulate scientific thinking. 
Other staff members include Dr. 
Todd Woerner, who teaches 
Chemistry and lab, Mrs. Georget- 
te Campbell, who teaches Biolo- 
gy and Zoology, and Mrs. Alice Z. 
Greiner, who teaches Chemistry 
and Physics. 

Top left: a student prepares for a lab 
quiz. Top Right: Mr. Woener gives a bit 
of advice. Left: Students compare 
notes. 




Dr. Janice C. Coffey 
Biology teacher 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT / 55 



SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 

This year this department is los- taught American History here for the first book on the history of St. I 
ing Mrs. Martha Stoops who has | twenty-five years and has written | Mary's, The Heritage. | 



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Mrs. Martha Stoops 
U.S. History 



Dr. John Hume 
Econ. and Western Civ. 





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Dr. Karen Kalmar 
U.S. History 




56 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 




Dr. Rebeccaj Bach 
Sociology Teache, 



Mrs. Stoops' last year at SMC. 




SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT / 57 





Dr. Doreen Saxe 
French Teacher 



Mrs. Karen Hillman 
Spanish Teacher 



Or. Dolores Lado 
Spanish Teacher 



The Foreign Language Depart- 
ment at St. Mary's offers four lan- 
guages: Spanish, Latin, French 
and German. The students can 
gain knowledge of their favorite 
language from the teacher's as- 



sistance, along with the extra- 
curricular activities that the de- 
partments sponsor. The Foreign 
Language Club meets monthly 
and sponsors parties for students 
whose primary language is not 



English. Then after Spring Break, 
students can enjoy Foreign Lan- 
guage Week. During this week, 
foreign foods are prepared, guest 
speakers are invited, and many 
other activities are held. 



Ms. Melbourne assists a student with a foreign word 




58 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 



Dr. Fred Fladenmuller 
French Teacher 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ' 59 




Dr. Wylie Quinn 



Dr. Steven Esthimer 



RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 
DEPARTMENT 








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Mr. Faucette grades some tests. 




60 / RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 



Dr. Quinn not only teaches religion but plays the organ at the Chapel 
of the Cross Church in Chapel Hill. 






The Religion and Philosophy de- 
partment, headed by Dr. Wylie S. 
Quinn, offers many courses that 
stimulate the student's philo- 
sophical mind. The rest of the 



staff includes Dr. Steven Esthim- 
er and Mr. James Faucette. Reli- 
gion and Philosophy have 
opened many student's eyes to 
moral and ethical thinking. 



RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT 61 



Ms. 



, Williams prepares for class to begin. 



Mrs. Betty Adams — Art 









ART 



Dr. Margaret Williams — Art 



Ms. Ellen Anderson — Art 



Many girls sign up for art because 
of graduation requirements for 
St. Mary's but most of these girls 
end up really enjoying their art 
classes. Who wouldn't with such 
talented instructors! Dr. Williams, 
Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Anderson 
provide the students with hints 
and tips of how to develop their 
artistic abilities. Some of the 
courses include Basic Design, 
Drawing, Printmaking, Ceramics, 
and Art History. 




62 /ART DEPARTMENT 



Mr. Harry Callahan — Drama 




PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT / 63 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 





Mrs. Susan Brown 
Dance Instructor 



Above: Mrs. Brown discusses an upcoming performance with dancer Constance Frost. 
Below: Mrs. Robbie Knott Swimming Instructor 




64/ PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 



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Fun Run ... to raise money for charity 




Ms. Mary Lida Alexander 
General P.E. Instructor 



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Amanda 
Hutchens 
practices for 
the P.R. 



The physical education depart- 
ment at St. Mary's has a large 
selection of activities from which 
to choose. There are dance 
classes and three dance clubs, 
tennis, swimming, bowling, and 
golf classes and many other 
sports. Since there is this large 



selection, students are able to 
choose which activities they are 
interested in. The department 
faculty members include Miss 
Mary Lou Jones, Mrs. Susan D. 
Brown, Miss Mary Lida Alexan- 
der, and Mrs. Robbie Knott. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / 65 




Top: A typical Sociology class. Dr. Rollins and his wife watch 
Above: Ms. Alexander tells the SMC play basketball, 
rules for the Fun Run. Right: 



66 CANDIDS 



STUDENTS/TEACHERS 



INVOLVED 
AT SMC 




Above: Melissa Smith helps Mann go off to practice Cold 

Ms. Hunter in the Bookstore. Cuts. Left: Beth Bynum waits 

Middle: Dr. Campbell helps out for class to begin. Top Left: 

at the Phonathon. Top Right: Caperetts practice for spring 

Terry Shubert and Dabney fest. 



CANDIDS 67 




68 /SENIORS 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Seniors One day at a time — this is 
enough Do not look back and grieve over 
the past, for it is gone; and do not be 
troubled about the future, for it has not yet 
come. Live in (he present, and make it so 
beautiful that it will be worth remembering 

This life is yours take the power to 
choose what you want to do and do it well, 
take the power to love what you want in 
life and love it honestly, take the power to 
walk in the forest and be a part of nature, 
take the power to control your own life no 
one else can do it for you. take the power 
to make your life happy Always re- 
member to forget the things that made 
you sad, but never forget to remember the 
things that made you glad Today is 
the first day of your future Good Luck 

SENIORS 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Suzanne West, Helen 
Miller, Dorothy Guggenheimer, Julie 
Brady, Robin Bryant, and Lynn Barton. 



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SENIORS 69 



Abercrombie, Martha 
Danville, Va. 

\dams, Margaret Henley 

Greensboro, NC 

Asami, Tomoko 

Takasaki-Shi, Gumma-Ken 
Japan 






Amaya, Mercedes I. 

Raleigh, NC 

Ayscue, Ann Douglas 

Norfolk, Va, 

Bailey, Anne Duncan 

Rocky Mount, NC 






Barker, Kimber Leah 

Shelby, NC 

Barton, Lynn M. 

Cincinnati, OH 

Beam, Laura E. 

Shelby, NC 






Bitter, Key Key 

Asheville, NC 







Leigh Schwartz is singing in the rain. 



70 / SENIORS 




*E_ Students gather 
m around to see 

seniors be initated. 






Bost, Elizabeth Ansley 

Charlotte, NC 

Brady, Julie M. 

Reidsville, NC 

Broce, Fabiola DeJourde 

Panama 






Brown, Allison Kay 

High Point, NC 

Brown, Miriam Rebecca 

Greensboro, NC 

Bryant, Robin Evans 

Raleigh, NC 






Bynam, Elizabeth Reide 

Stantonsburg, NC 

Candler, Katherine 
Johnson 

Brevard, NC 

Carter, Allison M. 

Rocky Mount, NC 



SENIORS/ 71 




Carter, Susan Louise 

Houston, TX 

Champion, Suzanne 

Raleigh, NC 

Clay, Laura E. 

Goldsboro. NC 






Clayton, Lisa G. 

Greenville, SC 

Clayton, Lori Lee 

Greenville, SC 

Corter, Leigh Ann 

Richmond. VA 






72 / SENIORS 





Cresswell, Susan M. 

Berkhemstead, Herts. England 






Crittenden, Kimberly R. 

Crescent City, FL 



Cunningham, Catherine 

Gray 

Savannah, Ga. 



Davis, Ashley DeVault 

Charlotte, NC 



Katherine Davis, Sydney Lassiter, and Amy Scott hang Margaret 
Ellington's animal outside for a ride. 



SENIORS / 73 



Davis, Kathryn P. 

Georgetown, SC 

Dawson, Suzanne L. 

St. Petersburg, FL 

deRosset, Anne H. 

Raleigh, NC 






Dickerson, Angela M. 

Darlington, SC 

Dodd, Leslie A. 

Rocky Mount, NC 

Dowling, Sara M. 

Atlanta, GA 






Durden, Lori A. 

Raleigh, NC 

Ealy, Caro Davis 

Dunn, NC 

Ellington, Margaret A. 

Asheville, NC 






Elizabeth Nobel is 

just sleeping 

around 




74 /SENIORS 



Kate Taylor makes a great WATS. 







Ellis, Sara E. 

Charleston, West Va. 



Embrey, Lisa D. 
Texas 



Erwin, Isabel D. 

Greenwood, SC 

Etheridge, Marilyn 
Christine 

Elizabeth City, NC 

Fisher, Maria Carola 

Salisbury, NC 






Frost, Constance A. 

Tacoma, Wash. 

Garey, Sallie Elizabeth 

Greensboro, NC 

Gill, Annis Rosetta 

Louisburg, NC 






SENIORS/ 75 



Goode, Anne Dudley 
Charlotte, NC 

Goodwin, Martha J. 

Charleston, WV 

Graham, Molly B. 

Raleigh, NC 



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Gray, Julie Maria 

Gastonia, NC 

Grey, Seldon Taylor 

Antigua, W.I. 

Groessl, Kristin 
Raleigh, NC 






Guggenheimer, 
Dorothy E. 

Lynchburg, VA 

Gulley, Margaret D. 

Raleigh, NC 

Gunn, Susan H. 
Dunwoody, Ga. 






Hagan, Jean F. 

Richmond. Va 





Virginia Yarborough, "VAG" 



76 / SENIORS 






Harper, Elizabeth Sloan 

Durham, NC 

Henkel, Clayton Caroline 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Hillman, Frances Corallie 

Concord, NC 




Hooper, Jill Ames 
Ridgefield, Conn. 



Johnson, Claire C. 

Greensboro, NC 



Johnston, Barbara Victor 

Lynchburg, Va. 



Margaret Ellington during a serious moment 



SENIORS/ 77 



Kadowali, Naoki 

Tsukimino, Yamato-shi Japan 

Kearney, Lisa M. 

Raleigh, NC 

Keel, Katherine Elizabeth 

Edenton, NC 












Isabel Erwin has a stripper come for a birthday surprise. 



Kessner, Victoria Ann 

Roswell, Ga. 

Kim, Hyung-Sook 

Lorton, Va. 

Kuntz, Anne Shipman 

Daylon, OH 






78 / SENIORS 






Lassiter, Sydney 

Statesville. NC 

Lee, Mary Catherine 

Monroe, NC 

Leggett, Lisa Marie 

Greenville, NC 






Lindsay, Camilla Shannon 
Camden, SC 

Little, Harriet Bailey 

Salisbury, NC 

Mann, Martha Dabney 

Raleigh, NC 






Manautou, Maria A. 

Guayama, PR 



Maury, Carleton Anne 
Nassau, Bahamas 



Lindsay Shaw, "The Moose is Loose' 



SENIORS/ 79 



Miller, Helen W. 

Brevard, NC 

Morris, Kristin Ann 
Raleigh, NC 

Mullican, Karen Leigh 

Midlothian, Va. 




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Murayama, Nobuko 
Kanazawa-shi Ishikawa Japan 

Newman, Mary Lisa 

Spring Hope, NC 

Noble, Elizabeth Hunt 

Landis, NC 






Peel, Fanny M. 

Willianston, NC 

Raymer, Anne Saunders 
Statesville, NC 

Rice, Anne Carrington 

Raleigh, NC 







Annie Gray Sprunt, "Woo Scary" 



80 /SENIORS 






Richardson, Laura Anne 

Durham, NC 

Ritchie, Miriam Efird 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Safko, Stacey Ann 

Knightdale, NC 



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Schwartz, Lea H. 

Eastover, SC 



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Elizabeth Zervos is not use to any weather away from God's country, 
^ Charleston, S.C. 



Seldon Gray and Margaret Elling- 
ton prepare for a walk. 



SENIORS/ 81 



Scott, Amelia Walton 
Statesville, NC 

Shannon, Stephanie Ann 

Sweet Briar, Va. 

Shaw, Elizabeth Lindsay 

Greensboro, NC 






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Shreve, Patti Bailey 

Wilson, NC 

Shubert, Terri Lynn 

Greenville, NC 



Smith, Phyllis Elizabeth 

Charlotte. NC 

Smith, Robyn Lynn 
Raleigh, NC 




Dabney Mann gives a little cheer 
for the circle. 






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Harriet Little and Lindsay Shaw make great roomies 



82 / SENIORS 






Smith, Robin 

Roswell, Ga. 

Somers, Susan Simpson 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Speagle, V. Ashely 

Hickory, NC 






Sprunt, Annie Gray 

Wilmington, NC 

Steele, Susan Andrews 

Raleigh, NC 

Stephenson, Karen 
Elizabeth 

Cary, NC 




Kathy Keel, Lori Clayton, and Clayton Henkel love that cafe. 



SENIORS/ 83 



Stevens, Vyvian Beth 

Raleigh, NC 

Sullivan, Meagan I. 

Sullivan, NC 

Taylor, Kate-Rucker Penn 

Goldsboro, NC 






Teta, Mary Margaret 

Plttsboro, NC 

Thomas, Susan Page 

Raleigh, NC 

Thornton, Carolyn E. 

Clinton. NC 






Toland, Jerri Shuford 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Toler, Ellen E. 

Rocky Mount, NC 

Walker, Deborah Ann 

Lynchburg, Va. 









Walton, Katherine D. 

Mt, Pleasant, NC 





84 / SENIORS 






Warner, Carolyn Wooten 
Goldsboro, NC 

West, Suzanne Jayne 
High Point, NC 

Williams, DeAnna 

Clinton, NC 






Williams, Elizabeth Anne 
Chapel Hill, NC 

Wright, Emily Miller 

Eden, NC 

Yarborough, Virginia C.L. 
Fayetteville, NC 









Young, Corinne Anais 
New Orleans, La. 

Young, Tracy Brooke 

Raleigh, NC 

Zervos, Mary Elizabeth 
Charleston, SC 




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Katherine 
Walton, WATS 
Pres. 

Suzanne West 
and Elizabeth 
Zervos are just a 
couple of friends 



SENIORS / 85 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Right: Marinda Sapp, Mary Barnett, 
Chandler Thorpe, Betsy Petreich, 
Robin Bassard. 

This year's junior ciass is full of 
many new faces and lots of St. 
Mary's spirit. The varied persona- 
lities of the many girls in the junior 
class blend together to form a 
neat and exciting group of girls. 
The class of 1 986 is working hard 
selling candy and sponsoring a 
"dating game" to make this 
year's Junior-Senior Dance a big 
Success! 




JUNIOR CLASS 




86 /JUNIORS 




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JUNIORS/ 87 



Agner. Amy M. 

Aichner, Nonie Livingston 

Allebaugh, Anne Lee 

Avent, Susan Renee 



Ballard, Robin Kent 



Barnes, Margaret Olivia 



Barnett, Mary Billings 



Bartholomew, Sallie Sartor 




Tyler Mills and Grace Fulton kid around between classes. 



88 /JUNIORS 



Tracy Singletary and Melissa Smith make two great roommates. 




Baumgardner, Ellen Erwin 



Best, Melissa Noble 



Blkle, Ann Moore 



Black, Christiana 
Broadfoot, Elizabeth Blair 
Cheatham, Mary Eccles 



Cole, Rebecca Heath 



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Coman, Joanne Katherine 
Dalton, Douglas Ann 
DeHaan, Kathleen Shell 
Dial, Jacqueline Peach 



JUNIORS/ 89 



Diedrick, Elizabeth Barham 

Dossenbach, Margaret Leigh 

Dowling, Evin Elizabeth 

Edwards, Anna Carrol 



Efird, Margaret Elien 
Evins, Grace Gibbles 



Fauber, Carter White 
Feagans, Elizabeth Bondurant 



Field, Eleanor Sedbury 
Finch, Twyla Frances 



Finney, Kathryn Coddington 
Fowle, Sadie Francis 




Anne Compton and Allison Helmick dress up ir 
order to impress their parents. 



90 /JUNIORS 



Kristin Hale, Chandler Thorpe, Meriwether Hill, Alison Perry and Vaiden Kramer, just having a blast. 




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Gada, Kathryn Ruth 
Gee, Sarah Lesley 
Glasscock, Anne Winston 
Greene, Angela Paige 



Gunter, Emily Catherine 
Hansen, Barbara Lee 
Hardy, Mary Catherine 
Harrington, Susan Elizabeth 



JUNIORS / 91 



Harris. Katy R. 



Harris, Myra Grey 



Hathaway, Blair E. 




Anne Compton, Troy Hilliard, Susanne Thurlow and Mrs. Godwin kid 
around 



Heckel, Heidi J. 
Helmick, Allison P. 
Helms, Charlotte L. 
Heslin, Eve Toland 



Hilliard, Troy Lynn 

Hinds, Hilary E. 

Hines, Shannon E. 

Holt, Rebecca Ann 




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92 /JUNIOR 




Hutchens, Amanda Burton 
Johnson, Mandy E. 
Juliano, Jessica Hart 
Kostel, Elizabeth Lee 



Kramer, Charlotte Vaiden 
Langston, Susan C. 
Lowe, Margaret Kelly 
Luesing, Corinne Clements 




Juniors help in iniating the WATS 



JUNIOR/ 93 



Lynah, Mary R. 

Mackorell, Susan Landron 

Martin, Christine Anne 

Master, Kristin Elizabeth 




McCallum, Ellen Lee 



McCoy, Leigh Alexandra 



McNair, Martha Jane 



Mills, Tyler 



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Hilary Hinds, Besty Feagans, Laura Paynter and Carter Rauber watch close- 
ly as circle walks 






Suzanne Thurlow and Anne Compton spend a silly moment together 



94 /JUNIORS 



Sara Cambell gives a really quiet act 

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Misu, Fumie 

Mobley, Mary Kimbrough 



Nichols, Isabel Heinitsh 
Odeen, Karla Ann Elizabetn 



Owen, Trish 
Parker, Ida Barrett 



Payne, Adair Archer 
Paynter, Laura Leslie 



Perry, Allison Martin 
Peterkin, Amy Elizabeth 
Pittman, Hope Adare 
Redding, Anna Foy 



JUNIOR / 95 



Redwar, Hanya 

Robertson, Elizabeth Coles 

Ruffin, Jane Hackney 

Saunders, Lolly Elizabeth 



Schexnayder, Robin Elizabeth 
Shellhorn, Carol Ann 



Shinoda, Chieko 
Sinners, Brandon M 



Sledge, Elisabeth 
Stickley, Connne Howell 



Thomas, Nancy C 
Thorpe, Sara Chandler 




Suzanne and Anne and Troy pose for a picture 



96 /JUNIORS 



Robin Schexnayder and Friends visit during parents weekend 




A junior takes a typical nap 





Thurlow, Suzanne 



Tuller, Virginia Beverly Allen 




White, Kimberly Ayn 



Willcox, Betta M. 



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Williams, Martha Paige 
Wilson, Barbara Leigh 
Wilson, Rebecca Lawrence 
Wyman, Mary Hannah 



JUNIORS/ 97 




98 /SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

BOTTOM TO TOP: Liz Grine, Kiki Pullen, Kristen Marcin, Carlie Draper, Mary 
Hartaway, Susan Garland, Blair Scruggs, Sabra Green, and Kim Ackiss. 

SOPHOMORES: Everyday is a holiday Old enough to know what's right and 
young enough not to choose it The only obligation in any lifetime is to be true to 
yourself . There had to be more to life than eating and sleeping, but I hope not . I 
must have done something wrong; for everything that goes wrong, I get the blame 
- . - Can't stop the world so why let it stop you . . The problem is not the problem 
The problem is my attitude about the problem God always gives the best to those 
who leave the choice to him If at first you don't succeed, you're running about 
average A good memory is fine, but the ability to forgive and forget is the true test 
of greatness You have to know the rules to know how to break them The 
trouble with fun is it start's out as fun ... A friend is one who comes in when the 
whole world has gone out Life has only begun . Congratulations!!! 

SOPHOMORES 







SOPHOMORES / 99 



Ackiss, Kimberly B. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Adkins, Mary H. 

Lexington, NC 

Anderson, Elizabeth J. 

Raleigh. NC 








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Armstrong, Andrea L. 

New Bern. NC 

Bailey, Mary R. 

Wilson, NC 

Ball, Francine A. 

Wilmington, NC 






Barndt, Marie Ann 
Raleigh, NC 

Bedini, Lynne E. 
Myrtle Beach, SC 

Beetham, Christine P. 
Raleigh, NC 






Bivens, Elisabeth T. 

Roanoke, VA 





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Kristie Hale gets the scoop. 



100 /SOPHOMORES 



Mary Hunt Adkins sees a roach. 






Bostwick, Elizabeth L. 

Naples, Fla. 



Boyd, Melissa R. 

Kenly, NC 






Brake, Carol A. 

New Bern, NC 

Butler, Alison Jane 

Laurinburg, NC 

Butler, Bridget 

Fripp Island, SC 






Byrd, Elizabeth S. 

Asheville, NC 

Chase, Laurie J. 
Raleigh, NC 

Clay, Leslie S. 

Charleston, WV 



SOPHOMORES/ 101 



jane wianowe, saDra ureen, Liz urine ana Noeile Micklm prepare 
for hell week. 



Coats, Gillian C. 

Raleigh, NC 





Compton, Anne B. 

Raleigh, NC 

Compton, Tiffany D. 
Martinsville, Va. 

Corpening, Jane T. 

High Point, NC 






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Cowell, Lynn P. 

New York, NY 

Cozart, Janet A. 

Wilson, NC 

Crawley, Shelia D. 

Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia 






Crew, Cathryn E. 

Cincinnati, OH 

Curtis, Sara C. 

Amarillo, TX 





Hillary Lyles and Jane Koll- 
manspergee make prank 




102 /SOPHOMORES 



Katherine Loflin, Mary Hunt and Kelley Phillips have a slumber 
party. 




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Sally Maddison* Rebecca Pace and Kristin Marcin are all offi 
cers.in wve JSgagbn. ,- 1 r 

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Dalla Pozza, Melissa L. 
Raleigh, NC 



Demeritt, Susan E. 

Cary, NC 



Dilthey, Lauren 
Raleigh, NC 



Dixon, Lori L. 

New Bern, NC 



Liz Grine and Jane Marlowe try to play it cool. 



SOPHOMORES/ 103 



Draper, Carlie C. 

Charlotte, NC 

DuPree, Gretchen L. 

Raleigh, NC 

Edmonson, Kelly E. 

Lawrenceville, GA 






Ellis, Sara H, 

Shelby, NC 

Evans, Stacey D. 

Ahoskie, NC 

Fairer, Martha A. 

Rutherfordton, NC 






Fitzmaurice, Ann M. 

Raleigh, NC 

Fordham, Mary E. 

Plymouth. NC 

Gainey, Debris M. 
Aramco, Saudi Arabia 






Gann, Madris L. 

Lillington, NC 





Kim Ackiss looks over her notes before she goes to class. 



104 /SOPHOMORES 






Gardner, Susan C. 
Raleigh, NC 

Garland, Susan B. 

Bradenton, Fl. 

Garret, Edith L, 
Jacksonville, NC 



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Green, Sabra K. 

Wilson, NC 

Gregory, Susan E. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Grier, Marian B. 

Wilson, NC 



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Undatettes strut their stuff. 



Grine, Elizabeth L. 

Wilson, NC 



Goodnight, Julia M. 

Salisbury, NC 



SOPHOMORES/ 105 



Sophomores get together for a walk. 



Hackney, Jane M. 

Washington, NC 





Hale, Kristin A. 
Dallas, TX 

Harris, Mariana M. 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Hart, Charlotte P. 

Salisbury, NC 






Hattaway, Margaret L. 
Raleigh, NC 

Hayes, Susan E. 

Gastonia, NC 

Hicklin, Stephanie N. 

Burlington, NC 






Higby, Suzannah B. 

Boone, NC 

Howell, Kimberly S. 

Raleigh, NC 

Jackson, Sandra F. 

Raleigh, NC 






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Jacobs, Kathryn F. 
Richmond, VA 

Jauerson, Julie A. 
Raleigh, NC 

Johnson, Janet L. 
Conway, SC 






Jones, Teresa R. 

New Bern, NC 

Koltmansperger, Jane A. 

Norfolk, VA 

Lambeth, Anne E. 
Durham, NC 











See, Sallie L. 
Shelby, NC 

Loflin, Anne C. 
Hilton Head Island, SC 



Long, Caroline C. 

Shreveport, VA 

Lyles, Hillary M. 
Camden, SC 



SOPHOMORES/ 107 



Lynch, Bess M. 

Clayton, NC 

Maddison, Sally P. 

Raleigh, NC 

Mann, Mary E. 

Mebane. NC 




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Marcin, Kristin L. 

Alexandria, VA 

Marlowe, Jane K. 

High Point, NC 

Mason Michelle L. 
Raleigh, NC 






McCain, Sidney A. 

Alexandria, VA 

McCleman, Elizabeth A. 
Charleston, SC 

McGuire, Sarah K. 

Virginia Beach, VA 






McKenna, Kristin M. 

Greenville, SC 




Day Students get together between classes. 




108 /SOPHOMORES 



Jane Corpening and Debbie Plettner eat breakfast together. 






Mehta, Anita J. 

Raleigh, NC 



Miller, Heather F. 
Bradenton, FL 

Moore, June E. 

Smithfield, NC 

O'Connor, Catherine M. 
Raleigh, NC 



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Ogden, Mary M. 

Danville, VA 

Owens, Melissa A. 

Salisbury, NC 

Pace, Rebecca H. 

Greenville, NC 






Page, Catherine C. 
Cary, NC 

Park, Margaret M. 
Charlotte, NC 

Penny, Anne M. 

Lillington, NC 



SOPHOMORES/ 109 



Phillips, Kelly R. 
Atlanta, GA 

Plettner, Deborah L. 

Raleigh, NC 

Pridgen, Katherine R. 
Jacksonville, NC 






Pullen, Katherine C. 
Raleigh, NC 

Raugh, Eleanor C. 

Hickory, NC 

Roberts, Kristin A. 

Hillsborough, NC 






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Robinson, Leslie D. 

Wilmington, NC 



Scott, Anne L. 

Greensboro, NC 





110 /SOPHOMORES 




Lindy Turner and Kristin Marcin make the greatest roomies 













Mariana Harriss shows off her new Ray-Bans 




Scruggs, Margaret B. 

Dallas, TX 



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Smith, Amy C. 

Salisbury, NC 



Staats, Catherine W. 

Salisbury, NC 



Standing, Anne M. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Kelly Edmondson and Jane Kollmanspergee get excited about 
the Spiders 



SOPHOMORES/ 111 



Stephenson, Holly L. 

Raleigh, NC 

Stephenson, Leah K. 

Selma, NC 

Stephenson, Susan C. 
Raleigh, NC 






Sullivan, Catherine L. 

Raleigh, NC 

Sullivan, Claudia L. 

Henderson, NC 

Taylor, Shannon L. 

Louisburg, NC 









Thompson, Katherine I. 

Atlanta, GA 



Thompson, Mary D. 

ATlanta, GA 






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Townsend, Jane L. 

Concord, NC 

Turner, Lindy 

Weldon, NC 

Williams, Mary C. 

Richmond, VA 






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Williams, Melissa M. 
Plymouth, NC 

Wolverton, Elizabeth C. 
Raleigh, NC 

Woods, Leslie R. 

Chapel Hill, NC 



Zimmerman, Lelia K. 

Greenwood, SC 




SOPHOMORES/ 113 




114 FRESHMEN 




FRESHMEN 

Where is my seat in Pittman Au- 
ditorium? ... Oh no, here comes 
Kristi Hale! . . . What do you 
mean we have to walk up three 
flights?! . . . Lock your doors, 
there is a sophomore raid tonight! 
. . . Hold the elevator! . . . Hello, 
Dominoe's . . . Party in the Pink 
Room . . . Hell Week abolished, 
thanks Dean Jones . . . Excuse 
me, where is Fraternity Row? . . . 
Guess who is in study hall now 
. Anyone have a YAZ tape? 
. . . We got our rings! . . . When 
do we get to go home? 

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Alystre Julian, Hope 
Dooner, Elsie Faison, Lisa Isley, Polly 
Moss, Harriett Adams. 



FRESHMEN/ 115 



Adams, Harriet 

Arey, Meg 

Bailey, Courtney 

Barnes. Margaret 



Barnwell, Corelia 



Beasley, Mary Lee 



Bierig, Ashley 




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Booth, Amy 

Bray, Bruce 

Bridger, Andrea 

Bridger, Anita 



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Brinkley, Melanie 
Britt, Bobbie 
Butler, Sara 
Campbell, Cameron 




Sam Butler, Elizabeth Sloan and Bobbie Britt pile up for a picture 



FRESHMEN/ 117 



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Clemons, Erin 
Cobb, Susan 
Cogswell, Amanda 



Collins, Kimberly 



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Dietz, Paisley 

Dixon, Gwen 

Dooner, Hope 

Dudley, Marian 






118 /FRESHMEN 



Duerson, Katherine 
Edwards, Patricia 
Faison, Elsie 
Fletcher, Molly 




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Hall, Kerry 
Harrington, Julia 
Helms, Tonya 



FRESHMEN/ 119 



Hobson, Kristin 

Isley, Lissa 

Jared, Elizabeth 

Julian, Alystyre 



Kauffman, Ema 



Kirland, Lee Lee 



Lea, Rhett 



Lockett, Kate 

Mackie, Ashland 

Mann, Wendy 

Martin, Anne 




120 /FRESHMEN 




Matzenbach, Sarah 
Maynard, Pattie 
Miller, Anne 
Miller, Margaret 



Miller, Mary 



Minchin, Margaret 



Moore. Susan 



Moss, Polly 
Mulcahy, Christy 
Mullins, Kelly 
Murphey, Amy 



FRESHMEN/ 121 



Nelson, Cynthia 

Neader, Mary Alyce 

Perkins, Margaret 

Poisson, Doyle 



ReVille, Sally 



Rooker, Stewart 



Roster, Alexandra •, ■ / 




Nielly Barnwell does a little excer- The Miller sisters get together for a rab- 
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Sloan, Elizabeth 

Smith, Carter 

Stack, Rachel 




122 /FRESHMEN 




Freshmen imitate the Sophomores with their "Hev Wow" glasses. 



Kim give LeeLee a hug after a successful 
tennis match. 



Tilson, Ann 
VanNortwick, Battle 
Venable, Lucy 
Wolverton, Anna 




Kristle Mulcahy laughs after looking in the mirror. 
Annis Gill gets her hall together for a party. 



FRESHMEN/ 123 



RIGHT: Patty Shreve practices her 
synchronized swimming. BELOW: 
Meg Adams plays a little tennis. BOT- 
TOM RIGHT: Allison Perry goes up for 
a shot. BOTTOM LEFT: St. Mary's soc- 
cer is on the ball. 








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SPORTS 



Karen Mulllcan, Allison Perry, Kathar- 
ine Thompson, Susan Somers, Sally 
Maddlson, Susan Gardner, Noel Hick- 
lln, Blair Scruggs, Isabel Nichols. 

LETTER CLUB 




SPORTS/ 125 



RIGHT TO LEFT: Harriet Adams, Kelly 
Hall, Katty Jacobs, Allison Perry, Jane 
Ruffin, Isabel Nichols, Katherine 
Thompson, Nicole Turner. Managers, 
RIGHT TO LEFT: Karen Mulllcan and 
Susan Somers. MIDDLE: Coach Alex- 
ander. RIGHT: Last minute changes 
from Coach Alexander. 

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LEFT: Allison Perry puts away her 
free throw shots. ABOVE: Nicole Tur- 



ner and Harriet Adams: two fresh- 
men whom make a difference on the 
St. Mary's team. 



SPORTS 127 



TENNIS TEAM 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Allison Helmick, Mar- 
garet Barnes, Melissa Smith, Lynn Bar- 
ton, Julie Brady, Kathy Gada, Suzanne 
West, Meg Adams, Dabney Mann, Car- 
ter Fauber, Mary Lou Jones, Coach. 



ABOVE: Miss Jones works her players 
hard. RIGHT: Each player is taught to 
be well prepared as the ball comes 
over the net. 




128 /SPORTS 




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LEFT: Even the high school learns Miss Jones' way to 
serve. ABOVE: Team work is really important in order to 
win the game. BELOW: Gigi Evins, Stacy Evans, Lee Lee 
Kirkland, Bobbie Lou Britt, Meg Arey. 



HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS TEAM 




SPORTS/ 129 



SEA 
SAINTS 



RIGHT: SEA SAINTS Robin Ballard, Liz Bostwick, Lauren Dilthey, Judy 
Alice Hemingway, Patty Shrove, and Crook, Hope Dooner, Edith Faison, 
Anne Rice. BELOW: Swim Team: Leslie Scott, Noelle Hicklin. 



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130 /SPORTS 




SOCCER TEAM 







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Heather Miller, Shannon 
Taylor, Blair Scruggs, Court- 
ney Scott, Leigh Moore, Gigi 
Evins, Susan Gardner, Sally 
Maddison, Susan Garland, 
Shannon Coleman, Kristin 
Roberts, Lauren Dilthy, 
Marianna Harriss, Judy Crook, 
Holly Stephenson, Carter 
Smith, Lee Lee Kirkland. 



SPORTS/ 131 



SENERITAS VERITAS 

Meg Adams — President Dr. Esthimer 

Ellen Toler — Vice President Key Key Bitter 

Helen Miller — Secretary Betsy Smith 

Anne Duncan Bailey — Treasurer Karen Mullican 

Francey Hillman — Secretary of List Robin Bryant 

Dean Jones — Advisor Elizabeth Zervos 

Ms. Birch 



THE ORDER OF THE 
CIRCLE 

CIRCLE MEMBERS 1984-85 Suzanne West — Treasurer 

Julie Brady — President Julie Gray 

Annie Gray Sprunt — four year girl Virginia Yarborough 

Kristin Morris — Secretary Allison Carter 

Margaret Ellington Martha Abercrombie 

Susan Carter Susan Thomas 

Dorothy Guggenheimer 

Mimi Fisher 



132 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 133 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




The Student Government 
Association at St. Mary's is 
based on The honor code. Its 
officers help in upholding this 
code plus adding special activ- 
ities to the campus life. They 
organize such activities as a 
fall formal, honor chapel, big 
sister little sister picnic and 
various other needs of the stu- 
dent body. 



The SGA and head hall counselors get together for outward 
bound. 



The Judicial Board deals with se- 
rious offenses on campus as to 
hold up the honor code of St. 
Mary's. For those students who 
need a little reminding, The J- 
Board keeps them in line. 



BACK ROW: Dr. Esthimer, Suzanne 
West, Ann Fitzmaurice, Cariie Draper, 
and Dr. Campbell. FRONT ROW: Kris- 
tin Marcin. Chandler Thorpe, Annis 
Gill, Elizabeth Zervos, Lisa Isley, and 
M1M1 Fisher. 



134 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




BOTTOM ROW: Robin Bryant, and 
Blair Scruggs. MIDDLE ROW: Virginia 
Yarborough, Patty Shreve, Susan Car- 
ter, Stephanie Shannon, and Elizabeth 
Nobel. TOP ROW: Lindy Turner, 
Clayton Henkel, and Mary Barnett. 



If you break a rule at St. Mary's 
College and it is not a Judicial 
Board offense, you will be sent to 
Dorm Council. Dorm Council 
consists of all the Head Hall 
Counselors, one representative 
from each class, two faculty advi- 
sors, a secretary and a president. 
Punishment usually ranges from 
dismissal to campusing for a 
dorm council offense. 



DORM 
COUNCIL 



LEG BODY 



The Legislative Body is an impor- 
tant group here at St. Mary's Col- 
lege. This group meets once a 
week to discuss changes to the 
present rules that some students 
have petitioned against or to add 
new ones. After the Legislative 
Body has passed a petition, it is 
then given to President Rice to 
either pass or veto. 



ABOVE: Clayton Henkel and Lynn Bar- 
ton roomates where one is in charge of 
Dorm Council and the other in charge 
of Leg Body. 

BACK ROW: Lynn Barton, Harriet Lit- 
tle, Ann Fitzmaurice. MIDDLE ROW: 
Lee Moore, Lindy Turner, Betsy Died- 
rick, Julie Gray, Julie Brady, and Sabre 
Green. FRONT ROW: Liz Grine and 
Elsie Faison. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 135 



HALL COUNCIL 




Hall Council consists of all the 
hall counselors from every dorm. 
This group meets once a week to 
discuss new activities and rules. 
The counselors then pass this in- 
formation on to the girls on their 
hall during their hall meetings. 



TOP: Jill Hooper, Mimi Fisher, Lynn 
Barton, Julie Gray, and Elizabeth Zer- 
vos. MIDDLE: Ellen Toler, Dabney 
Mann, Annie Gray Sprunt, Ann Bailey, 
Carolyn Thornton, Virginia Yarbor- 
ough, Karen Mullican, Ann Fitz- 
maurlce, Lindy Turner, Elizabeth 
Nobel, Annis Gill, and DeAnna Wil- 
liams. BOTTOM: Sallie Bett Garey, 
Susan Carter, Robin Bryant, Lindsay 
Shaw, Harriet Little, Betsy Smith, Katie 
Candler, Stephanie Shannon, Ashley 
Davis, Lisa Embry, Francie Hillman, 
Kathy Keel, Caro Ealy, Elizabeth Wil- 
liams, Emily Wright, and Patty Shreve. 

RIGHT: Hall Counselors help 
out it the halls as they organize 
sweatshirts "2nd Holt Hell 
Raisers BTBW" 




136 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



FIRE MARSHALL 




LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 



The Library Assistants perform 
most of the tasks of a real librari- 
an. These girls help students use 
the library equipment and find 
materials. They also shelf the 
books, do some typing for the 
librarians and get the overdue 
notices sent out. 



FRONT: Ellen McCallum, Margo 
Tetam, Jerry Toland, and Martha Luir- 
er. BACK: Lori Durdsn and Burkeley 
Grler. 



Jill Hooper, our faithful Fire Mar- 
shal has a very important job and 
her responsibility is tremendous. 
She discusses a time and date for 
a fire drill with Dean Jones. Jill 
then decides once a month on the 
best time for a drill and then calls 
the Fire Department, President 
Rice and Rev. Davis to inform 
them that there will just be a drill 
and not an actual emergency. 
Without Jill to do all this, many of 
us would not know what to do if 
there actually was an 
emergency. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 137 



PHI THETA KAPPA 




Outstanding academic achievement in the college 
department of St. Mary's College is recognized by 
the Chi Beta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Hon- 
or Fraternity of American Junior Colleges. 

PHI THETA KAPPA LEFT TO RIGHT: Harriet Little, Betsy 
Smith, Anne deRosset, Virginia Yarborough, Clayton 
Henkel, Tina Etheridge, Elizabeth Williams, and Sara 
Dowling. 



HIGH 

SCHOOL 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 



The High School Honor Society chooses fresh- 
men members at the beginning of the second se- 
mester who have a 3.75 or better on one semes- 
ter's work and sophomores who have a 3.5 on two 
semesters of work. 

HIGH SCHOOL HONOR SOCIETY LEFT TO RIGHT: Lindy 
Turner, Lynne Bedini, Jane Lynn Townsend, Sally Maddi- 
son, Rebecca Pace, Melissa Dalla Pozza, Michelle Mason, 
Marty Hattaway, Stacy Evans, and Margaret Parks. 




138 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




BACK ROW: Caro Ealy, Christman 
Wolverton, Rebecca Pace, Susan Car- 
ter, Dabney Mann, Suzanne Thurlow, 
Mary Eccles Cheatham, and Annie 
Gray Sprunt. FRONT ROW: Pam 
Aikins, Margaret Ellington, Terri 
Shebert, and Susan Thomas. 

The Vestry is the student adviso- 
ry body of the Chapel and works 
under legislation passed by itself. 

ST. MARY'S 
VESTRY 



ALTAR GUILD 

The Altar Guild has charge of pre- 
paring for Chapel services and 
provides ways for the various 
committees to learn church ser- 
vice procedures. 



BACK ROW: Liz Grine, Hope Dooner, 
Marlnda Sapp, Robin Schexnayder, 
Catherine Loflln, Betsy Smith, and 
Anne Compton. FRONT ROW: Mandy 
Johnson, Rebecca Pace, Caro Ealy, 
Pam Alklns, Sarah Campbell, and Beth 
Bynum. 



BACK ROW: Miriam Brow, Elizabeth 
Noble, Dabney Mann, Eve Heslin, and 
Rebecca Pace. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth 



Zervos, Sarah Campbell, Harriet Little, 
Betsy Smith, and Sara Dowling. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 139 







CRUCIFERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Terri Shubert, Susan 
Carter, Rebecca Pace, Harriet Little, Pam Aikins, 
Susan Thomas, Dabney Mann, Susan Somers, Eliz- 
abeth Zervos. 

LAY READERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Sara Dowling, Mar- 
garet Ellington, Harriet Little, and Martha Fairer. 



ACOLYTES BACK ROW: Rebecca Pace, Sara Dowl- 
ing, Catherine Loflin, Elizabeth Williams, Betsy 
Smith, Kate Taylor, Susan Carter, Lindsay Shaw, 
Anne Compton, and Robin Schexnayder. FRONT 
ROW: Harriet Little, Robin Ballard, Susan Avent, 
Ann Bikle. Kathy Keel, Tina Etheridge, Elizabeth 
Kostel, Beth Dudley, Jerri Toland, Elizabeth Nobel, 
and Dabney Mann. 



CUP BEARERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Miller, Sara 
Dowling, Kathy Keel, Terri Shubert, Leah Barker, 
Ellen Toler, Missy Ritchie, and Isabel Irwin. 



140 ' CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




BACK TO FRONT: Pam Aikins, Tina 
Etheridqe, Martha Fairer, Julie Gray, 
Hope Oooner, Katherine Jacobs, 
Melissa Cart, Katherine Thompson, 
Sarah Campbell, Elizabeth Kostel, 
Susan Thomas, Marinda Sapp. 

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seeks to promote Christian fellowship among stu- 
dents. 

Lett: FCA group picture on ski retreat. Above: Melissa 
Carte, Martha Fairer and Sara Campbell cuddle up to keep 
warm while on retreat. Top Right: Martha Fairer roasts 
some marshmellows. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 141 



BACK ROW: Jane Lynn Townsend, 
Anne Raymer, and Anita Mehta. 
FRONT ROW: Beth Dudley, Amy 
Smith, Emily Wright. 

The St. Mary's Ensemble is a 
group of select singers who per- 
form both on and off the campus 
and for regular chapel services. 

ENSEMBLE 





142 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



FOUR YEAR GIRLS 

RIGHT: BOTTOM TO TOP: Susan Somers, Dabney Mann. Robin 
Bryant, Kim Crittenden, Elizabeth Williams, Caro Ealy. Ashley 
Oavis, Ann Duncan Bailey, Lori Durden, Kathy Keel. Clayton 
Henkel, Suzanne Champion, Anne Rice, Susan Thomas, Missy 
Ritchie, Deanna Williams, Karen Mullican, Margaret Gulley, 
Annie Gray Sprunt, Carolyn Thornton, Ellen Toler, Mary New- 
man, and Lee Schwartz. 

The Four Year Girls Club is made up of students who 
have been at St. Marys since their junior year in high 
school. 



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WATS 

"We Are The Spirit", the WATS, 
are a group consisting of seniors 
who promote school spirit. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Sallie Bett Garey, 
Wooten Warner, Catherine Walton, Vir- 
ginia Yarborough, and Meg Adams. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 143 





The "Cold Cuts" is a senior 
musical group that entertains at 
area colleges and universities, 
civic organizations and school 
functions. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Dabney Mann, Lisa 
Legget, Ellen Toler, Missy Ritchie, Bet- 
sy Smith, Terri Shubert, and Christel 
Ellison. 



Right: Missy Ritchie in her typical Cold 
Cut position. Bottom Right: The Cold 
Cuts laugh as some of them mix up 
their lines. Bottom Left: Each Cold Cut 
pick an outfit to symbolize the Christ- 
mas Holiday. 



144 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




BACK ROW: Susan Langston, Shan- 
non Hines, Debbie Walker. MIDDLE: 
Betsy Diedrick, Susan Gregory, Lisa 
Legget. FRONT: Angela Dickinson. 

Caperettes is the tap dance 
group that performs in assem- 
blies, at Parents' Weekend, and 
Spring Festival, and other school 
functions. 




Orchesis, an advanced dance 
group, consists of students who 
have shown interest as well as 
talent in the field of ballet, jazz 
and modern dance and performs 
at many school functions. 

LEFT SIDE: Mary Mac Ogden, Leslie 
Dodd, Constance Frost. RIGHT SIDE: 
Dorothy Guggenheimer, Terri Shubert, 
■ iTlin. 

The Masquers Mime Company is 
a small troupe which performs 
mime and teaches workshops 
both on campus and throughout 
the area. 

MIME BACK ROW: Ashley Speagle, 
Sarah Campbell, FRONT ROW: Susan 
Carter, Sallie Bert Garey. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 145 



UNDATETTES 



The Undatettes is a secret high 
school club for sophomores: 
"with every regret we can't tell 
you yet." 

UNDATETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Andrea Armstrong, Katy Sullivan, 
Michele Mason, Noelle Hicklin, Liz 
Grine, Jane Corpening, Mary Hunt, 
Christman Wolverton, Dana Senter. 

The Beacon is the honorary orga- 
nization in the high school depart- 
ment which seeks to promote 
better school spirit, encourage 
cooperation in all phases of 
school life, and to support partici- 
pation in extracurricular activi- 
ties. 



BACK ROW: Sally Maddison, Kristin 
Marcin, Rebecca Pace. FRONT ROW: 
Lindy Turner, Ann Fitzmaurice, 
Gretchen DuPree and Jane Lynn 
Townsend. 




146 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



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The Scoop group is the only group consisting of 
both high school and college students. Concerned 
with upcoming walks, new members, and activi- 
ties in the community, the Scoop Group is never at 
a loss for words. 

BACK: Sabra Green, Clayton Henkel, Frannye Fowle, Eliz- 
abeth Zervos, Mary Barrett, Meriwether Hill, Lee Barker, 
Jill Hooper, Kathenne Davis. 2ND ROW: Kristy Hale, Coco 
Young, Amanda Hutchens, Bobbie Britt, Lee Lee Kirkland, 
Hope Dooner. 1ST ROW: Robin Smith, Chandler Thorpe, 
Kiki Bitter, Allison Perry, Blair Scruggs, Selden Gray, Kris- 
tin Marcin, Mary Eccels Cheatham, and Ann Bikle. 




The "Spiders" are a secret club at 
St. Mary's. The club consists of 
sophomores and one senior who 
is known as Madam Spider. The 
one fact that is known about the 
Spiders is that they are "jivin' 
souls". The Spiders crawl four or 
five times a year to get new mem- 
bers. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Cowell, Meg 
Adams, Meriwether Hill, Sydney 
McCain, Elizabeth Byrd, Bridget But- 
ler, Kathy Crew. 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 147 



GRANDAUGHTER'S CLUB 



The Granddaughters Club, 
advised by the Alumnae Director, 
is composed of students whose 
mothers or grandmothers 
attended St. Mary's. 

Fourth Row: Caro Ealy, Anne deSos- 
set, Susan Steele, Katherine Thomp- 
son, Katherine Jacobs, Carson Raugh, 
Margaret Ellington, Annie Gray Sprunt, 
Rhett Lea, Suzanne West, Beth 
Bynum, Christman Wolverton, Ann 
Maury. THIRD ROW: Karen Stephen- 
son, Susan Cobb, Sandy Jackson, Ber- 
keley Grier, Natalie Carter, Isabel 
Erwin, Dabney Mann, Bev Tuller, Rhet- 
ta Willcox, Vaden Kramer, Eleanor 
Field. SECOND ROW: Courtney Bailey, 
Sally Maddison, Gigi Evins, Jane 
Corpening, Mary Hannah Wyman, 
Sarah Gee, Betsy Diedrick, Dorothy 
Guggenheimer, Winston Glasscock. 
FIRST ROW: Ann Bikle, Kimbrough 
Mobley, Allison Butler, Laura Paynter, 
Susan Harrington, De Thomas, Kath- 
leen Dehaan. 




Applause, Inc., is the school 
dramatics club and is open to 
everyone interested in the the- 
ater. 

BACK ROW: Kim Ackiss, Hope Doon- 
er, Lynne Bedini, Elizabeth Clay, Judy 
Crook, Jane Lynn Townsend, Lori Dur- 
den. FRONT ROW: Liz Grine, Kristin 
Marcin, Martha Fairer. 



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148 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




ST. GENESIUS 

BACK ROW: Kristin Marcin, Sandy 
Jackson, Sidney McCain, Jill Gidds, 
Maria Ma. FRONT ROW: Kristin Master, 
Suzanne Thurlow. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Ellen McCallum, Lori 
Ourden, Mary Newman, Vyvian 
Stevens, Kristin Groessl, Jane Lynn 
Townsend. 

St. Genesius is the honorary so- 
ciety of the drama department. 



NCSL 

Betsy Smith, Suzanne Thurlow, 
Andrea Armstrong, Vyvian Stevens, 
Lynne Bedini, Elizabeth Williams. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

STUDENT 

LEGISLATURE 




Symposia promotes student/ 
faculty relations through the ex- 
change of ideas by meeting infor- 
mally in a small group. 

SYMPOSIA 



BACK ROW: Claire Johnson, Lori Dur- 
den, Caro Ealy. FRONT ROW: Mary 
Newman, Kristin Gross, Margo Teta, 
Betsy Smith, Suzanne Thurlow, 
Andrea Armstrong, Vyvian Stevens, 
Lynne Bedini, Elizabeth Williams. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 149 



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A LITERARY MAGAZINE 

BACK ROW: Anne Maury, Sandy Jack- 
son. FRONT ROW: Betsy Smith, Hava- 
lon Sealy. Eve Heslin. Kristin Master. 




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DAY STUDENT OFFICERS Amy Agner, 
Susan Gardner, Ann Fitzmaurice, 
Gretchen DuPree. 



BELLES BACK ROW: Tina Etheridge, 
Maria Barndt, Sara Dowling, Sydney 
McCain, Maria Ma, Shannon Taylor. 
SITTING: Jerri Toland, Clayton Henkel. 

CAMPUS NEWS PAPER 




150 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 



The Foreign Language Club at 
St. Mary's consists of all the stu- 
dents taking a foreign language 
who are interested in the practical 
application of language in today's 
society. Throughout the year they 
hold meetings and provide the 
school with Foreign Language 
Week that introduces different 
cultures to the students. 

BACK ROW: Karen Mullican, Eve Hes- 
lin, Dana Senter. Kim Ackiss, Alice 
Hemingway, Katie Sullivan, Catherine 
Page, Jill Coats, Mary Fordham, Heva- 
lan Sealy, Suzanne Thurlow, Anne 
Kuntz, Maria Barndt, Sandy Jackson. 
MIDDLE ROW: Jane Lynn Townsend, 
Ellen Baumgardner, Noelle Hicklin, 
Anne Maury, Maria Manautou, Lynn 
Bedini, Caro Ealy, Lori Durden, Claire 
Johnson. FRONT ROW: Catherine Lof- 
lin, Amy Smith, Michelle Mason, Court- 
ney Bailey, Susan Gardner, Margo 
Tatum, Susan Cobb, CoCo Young. 




BACK ROW: Claire Johnson. Caro 
Ealy. FRONT ROW: Kristen McKenna, 
Jane Lynn Townsend, Rebecca Pace, 
Eve Heslin, Hevalan Sealey. 



CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 151 




The Marshals are elected at the 
end of each year. Their duty con- 
sists of ushering chapel, con- 
certs, and other special cere- 
monies. They also keep order in 
assembly throughout the year. 

Lett to Right: Wooten Warner, Anne 
Rice, Catherine Walton, Anne Duncan 
Bailey, Meg Adams, Annie Gray 
Sprunt. 



152 / CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




GILLIE 
CALLUM 



The Gillie Callum dancers per- 
form the traditional dances of 
Scotland. Accompanied by bag- 
pipe music, they perform on and 
off campus, throughout the year. 

"Put on a show during Springfest." 

Left to Right: Marty Hattaway, Rebecca 
Pace, Sally Maddison, Lori Durden, 
Tracy Young, Courtney Bailey. 



STAGECOACH 



BACK ROW: Bev Tuller, CoCo Young, 
Clayton Henkel, Dabney Mann, Ann 
Bikle, Melissa Smith, Franny Fowle, 
Kristin Marcin, Rebecca Pace, Anne 
deRosset. FRONT ROW: Anne Com- 
pton, Kathy Keel, Kristin McKenna, 
Catherine Loflin, Kelly Phillips, Amy 
Smith, Susan Somers, Andrea Arm- 
strong, Stephanie Shannon, Suzanne 
West, Maria Barndt, Robin Schex- 
nayder. 



Editor: Susan Somers 



"THE YEARBOOK' 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS / 153 



SENIORS LEAVE 




Seniors playing around in the Cafe. 



Please 
"M.D." 




Harriet, Mark Bradley, and Lindsay. "Just 
call my name and you know where ever I 
am I'll come running to see you again . . . 
You've got a friend". 



Anne Maury 



154 SENIORS 



THEIR MARK 




Sidney Lassiter 



Lea Schwartz and Katherine Walton 




"Granddaughters Club" 



VAG, Katherine, and Julie, having fun at the PR. 



SENIORS '155 



SENIORS PLEASE DON'l 




"A friend is like Santa, They always lend an ear. 



Here's to good friend: 




Left to Right: Lea 
Schwartz, Mary Beth 
Mann, Anne Maury, 
Christy Miller, Caroline 
Long and Katherine 
Walton. 




"Santa's little helper" 



156 /SENIORS 



GO! 




"NERDS" 



I love you Suzanne and Julie! VAG 





"Use the talents you possess; for the woods would be very silent if no birds 
sang except the best." 





Lindsay and Debbie in the good old car. 




Leah and Annie Gray at the P.R. 



One of my fondest memories at St. Mary's . . 1982-83 



SENIORS/ 157 



SENIORS AT SMC 




Fanny Peal and Cathy Lee 



'Be cheerful! of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important" 



158 /SENIORS 



"M — M good' 




'Don't be dismayed at good byes. A farewell 
s necessary before you can meet again. And 
meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is 
certain for those who are friends." 

— E-E-E-AH-AH-AH 
Clayton Henkel 



"MARSHA BRADY" 
Missy Richie 



Julie Gray and Ashley Davis . . . "WATS" 




"A friend is one who comes in when the 
whole world has gone out." 



SENIORS/ 159 



Abercrombie. Martha Neel 
134 Blackwell Drive 
Danville. VA 24541 
(804) 793-6567 



Barnes. Margaret McLaunn 
773 Palmetto St 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 
(803] 573-9522 



Bray, Bruce Stockton 
1825 St Marys Street 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)833-9629 



Carter. Natalie 
37 Hawthorne Place 
Summit, NJ 07901 
(201) 273-1283 



Credle, Jo Lee 
201 Homestead Drive 
Cary, NC 2751 1 
(919] 467-5502 



Ackiss, Kimberly Bryan 
3643 S Sea Breeze Trail 
Virginia Beach. VA 23452 

Adams, Harriet Purcell 
400 East Washington St. 
Nashville, NC 27856 
(919) 459-2283 



Adams, Margaret Henley 
3015 Lake Forest Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919) 288-8943 



Adkms. Mary Hunt 
301 Partridge Lane 
Lexington, NC 27292 

(704) 249-0023 

Aqner, Amy Michele 
525 Emerson Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919] 782-2732 

Aichner, Nome Livingston 
401 Livingston Terrace 
Orangeburg, SC 29115 

(803) 534-5767 

Aikms, Pamela Temple 
3415 Surrey Road 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919) 493-2137 

Allebaugh, Anne Lee 
Rt 3. Box 65 
Harrisonburg, VA 22801 

(705) 433-1981 

Amaya. Mercedes Isabel 
1550 Crest Road 
Raleigh. NC 27606 

Anderson, Elizabeth Jackson 
4815 Morehead Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-0711 

Arey, Margaret May 
808 Forest Hill Avenue 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
(919)443-2990 

Armstrong. Andrea Leigh 
Rt 1, Box 313B 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919) 795-3380 

Asami. Tomoko 
5-425 Egi-Machi 
Takasaki-Cily. Japan 420 
0273-25-6339 

Avenl. Susan Renee 
5202 Mallard Circle 
Lumberton. NC 28358 
(919] 738-6013 

Ayscue, Ann Douglas 
944 Larchmont Crescent 
Norlolk, VA 23508 

(804) 440-0302 

Bailey, Anne Duncan 
PO Box 1828 
Rocky Mount NC 27801 
(919) 442-5548 

Bailey. Courtenay Paige 
3424 Wiliiamsborough Ct. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919] 787-4384 

Bailey. Mary Romaine 
307 S Kincaid Avenue 
Wilson. NC 27893 
(919) 243-3363 

Ball. Francine Anne 
401 Petligrew Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
(919) 799-9682 

Ballard. Robin Kent 
202 Petersborough Ave 
Middlesboro. KY 40965 
(606) 248-4763 

Barker. Kimber Leah 
305 Windsor Drive 
Shelby, NC 28150 
(704) 482-4238 

Barlow, Elizabeth Serre 
20B Garrison Lane 
Carlisle, PA 17013-5001 
(717)243-5512 



Barndl, Maria Ann 
3906 Yadkin Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-3929 



Barnes. Margaret Olivia 
6212 Shore Acres NW Dr 
Bradenton, FL 33529 
(813) 792-3500 

Barnetl, Mary Billings 
965 Meadow Lane 
Henderson, NC 27536 
(919] 492-6124 

Barnwell. Cornelia Vincent 
2710 Charlotte Lane 
Burlington. NC 27215 
(919) 584-7956 

Bartholomew, Sallie Annette 
4000 Dresden Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
(919) 768-7839 

Barton, Mary Lynn 
4740 Hilltop Lane 
Cincinnati. OH 45243 
(513) 561-8394 

Baumgardner. Ellen Erwm 
3418-B Pecos 
Austin. TX 78703 
(512) 459-8483 

Beam, Laura Ellen 
410 Westfield Road 
Shelby, NC 28150 
(704) 482-3662 

Beasley, Mary Lee 
Carol Circle 
Louisburg. NC 27549 
(919] 496-3617 

Bedim, Lynne Evans 
5712 Longlea! Drive 
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 
(803) 449-0389 

Beetham. Christine Paula 
4804 Quail Hollow Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 876-3334 

Best, Melissa Noble 
2200 White Oak Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-9248 

Bierig, Ashley McKamy 
712 Kirk Court 
Mt Pleasant, SC 29464 
(803) 881-0271 



Bikle. Ann Moore 
2304 Quail Road 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919)237-2201 

Bitter. Mary Key 
65 Sunset Parkway 
Asheville. NC 28801 
(704) 252-8916 

Bivens, Elisabeth Terrel 
2612 Robin Hood 
Roanoke, VA 24014 

(703) 342-8662 

Black, Christiana 
Drawer B 

Winterville. NC 28590 
(919] 756-7860 

Booth, Amy Lynn 
105 Dumbarton Court 
Cary. NC 27511 
(919) 469-3056 

Bost. Elizabeth Ansley 
2423 Beretania Circle 
Charlotte, NC 28211 

(704) 364-0371 

Bostwick, Elizabeth Lee 
694 Mooringhne Drive 
Naples, FL 33940 
(813) 261-8529 

Boyd, Melissa Rose 
PO Box 5 
Kenly, NC 27542 
(919) 284-2427 

Brady, Julia Meredith 
1828 Pennrose Drive 
Reidsville. NC 27320 
(919) 349-8021 

Brake. Carol Ann 
2506 Steeplechase Dr 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919] 638-1261 

Brandt, Tracey Susanne 
2703 Dunhaven Drive 
Garner. NC 27529 



Bndger. Andrea Bryan 
800 Lake Boone Trail 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 787-5341 

Bndger, Anita Ashley 
2610 Lakeview Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 781-6120 

Bnnkley. Melame Susan 
Rt 3. Box 104 
Wake Forest, NC 27587 
(919) 556-1570 

Bntt, Bobbie Lou 
302 West 31 Street 
Lumberton. NC 28358 
(919) 738-2677 

Broadfoot. Elizabeth Blair 
1832 Morganton Road 
Fayefteville, NC 28305 
(919) 484-6348 

Broce, Fabiola de Lourdes 
2704-C Brigadoon Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27606 

Brown. Allison Kay 
201-C Northpoint Ave 
Hiqh Point. NC 27260 
(919) 869-2050 

Brown. Miriam Rebecca 
5211 Hedrick Drive 
Greensboro. NC 27410 
(919) 282-3564 

Bryant, J Neal 
810 West Parkway 
High Point. NC 27262 
(919) 882-8539 

Bryant. Robin Evans 
2211 Whitman Road 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 787-8742 

Butler, Alison Jane 
Fairway Drive 
Scotch Meadows 
Launnburg, NC 28352 
(919) 276-6564 

Butler. Bridget 
701 Whiting Road 
Frtpp Island, SC 29920 
(803) 838-4003 

Butler. Sara Cromartie 
2312 Blythe Road 
Wilmington. NC 28403 
(919) 763-9897 

Bynum. Elizabeth Reide 
P O Box 250 
Stantonsburg, NC 27883 
(919)238-3461 

Byrd, Elizabeth Sinclair 
19 Brookstde Road 
Asheville, NC 28803 
(704) 274-0670 

Campbell. Cameron Elizabeth 
8680 The Fifth Green 

Atlanta. GA 30338 
(404) 992-3042 

Campbell, Sarah Jane 
907 Pine Valley Road 
Jacksonville. NC 28540 

Candler. Katharine Johnson 
9 Ridgewood Place 
Brevard. NC 28712 

Carder. Juhanna Boyd 
2035 Pmewood Circle 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
(704) 364-4408 

Cardinal, Ainsley Leigh 
21 1 Bellmgrath Drive 
Tuscaloosa. AL 35406 
(205) 345-4966 

Carpenter, Stephanie Lynn 
1921 Sutphin Road 
Santord. NC 27330 
(919) 776-5975 

Carte, Melissa Mane 
604 South Rayburn Ave 
Wake Forest. NC 27587 
(919] 556-1555 

Carter, Allison McSween 
3811 Woodlawn Road 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
(919) 443-2065 



Carter, Susan Louise 
806 Old Lake Road 
Houston. TX 77057 
(713] 465-0278 

Champion, Suzanne 
4706 Woodndge Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-2928 

Chase, Laurie Jean 
8700 Ft Macon Ct 
Raleigh. NC 27614 
(919)847-3431 

Cheatham, Mary Eccles 
Rt 9, Box 324 A 
Greenville, NC 27834 
(919) 756-5525 

Clay, Laura Elizabeth 
601 Lake Shore Dr 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
(919) 778-2820 

Clay. Leslie Staunton 
1230 Staunton Road 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304) 346-2455 

Clayton, Lisa Gay 
8 Thornbury Ct. 
Greenville, SC 29607 
(803) 288-4285 

Claylon. Lon Lee 
8 Thornbury Ct. 
Greenville, SC 29607 

(803) 288-4285 

Clemons, Erin Camille 
12000 Brookhollow 
Oklahoma City, OK 73120 
(405) 751-4051 

Coats. Gillian Charlotte 
2911 Wade Avenue 
Raleigh. NC 27607 
(919) 782-4693 

Cobb. Susan Upton 
2806 Exeter Circle 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919) 782-4018 

Cogswell, Kathenne Amanda 
308 Elliott Road 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
(919) 942-5289 

Cole, Rebecca Heath 
200 South 34th St. 
Morehead City. NC 28557 
(919) 726-4200 

Coleman, Shannon Hale 
3708 Shadybrook Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-3078 

Collins, Kimberly Jo 
812 Macon Place 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-2482 

Coman. Joanne Kathenne 
1237 Carnage Lane 
La Grange. IL 60525 
(312) 352-0417 

Compton, Anne Blackmon 
PO Drawer 10011 Mills 
Georgiana, AL 36033 
(205)376-9411 

Compton. Tiffany Dane 
1006 Leatherwood Circle 
Martinsville, VA 24112 
(703) 638-7472 

Corpemng, Jane Tyson 
900 Quaker Lane 
High Point. NC 27262 
(919) 889-7300 

Coder. Leigh Ann 
5505 Dillwyn Road 
Richmond, VA 23226 

(804) 282-2035 

Cowell. Lynn Pierce 
910 Park Avenue 
New York, NY 10028 
(212) 744-5808 

Cozart, Janet Ann 
105 Cozart Road 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919) 291-2621 

Crawley. Sheha Dawn 

P O Box 4324 

Ras Tamura, Saudi Arabia 



Cresswell. Susan Mary 
Woodend. Fnthsden Copse 
Berkhamsted, Hertfurshire 
England 

Crew. Cathryn Elizabeth 
4950 Heally Court 
Cincinnati. OH 45226 
(513) 871-8147 

Crittenden, Kimberly Rae 
P.O. Box 466 
Crescent City, FL 32012 
(904) 467-2106 

Crook. Judith Helen 
422 Minorca 
Coral Gables, FL 33134 
(305) 444-4790 

Cunningham, Catherine Gray 
110 West Harris Street 
Savannah, GA 31401 
(912) 232-5739 

Currence, Christine 
3709 Princeton Dr. 
Gastonia. NC 28052 
(704] 865-9929 

Curtis, Sara Catherine 
2202 South hughes St. 
Amanllo, TX 79109 
(806] 373-7313 

Dalla Pozza, Melissa Lavima 
4901 Stonendge Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-3260 

Dallon, Douglas Ann 
101 Fairmont Circle 
Danville, V A 24541 
(804) 792-6056 

Davis. Ashley DeVault 
2119 Hopedale Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
(704) 372-7466 

Davis. Kathryn Petligrew 
Cypress Court, P.O. Box 1278 
Georgetown, SC 29442 

(803) 546-5604 

Dawson, Suzanne Lynn 
1619 Demens Dr. South 
SI Petersburg, FL 33712 

DeHaan, Kathleen Shell 
1333 N. Bay Shore Drive 
Virginia Beach. VA 23451 

(804) 428-4086 

Dementt, Susan Elizabeth 
524 Loch Ness Lane 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)467-7906 

deRosset, Anne Hood 
1101 Harvey Street 
Raleigh. NC 27608 
(919) 833-9786 

Dial. Jacqueline Peach 
Rt 2, Box 12 West Side Apt. 
Burgaw. NC 28425 
(919)259-4647 

Dickerson, Angela Morns 
218 Springfield Rd. 
Darlington. SC 29532 
(803) 393-4940 

Diednck, Elizabeth Barbam 

301 Gravely Dr 

Rocky Mount. NC 27801 

(919)443-2601 

Dietz. Paisley Wttherspoon 
5001 Oak Park Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 787-9561 

Dilthey, Lauren 
2612 Tatton Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)839-0144 

Dixon, Carolyn Gwen 
3014 Cambridge Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919) 787-6552 

Dixon, Lori Lynne 
601 Circle Dr. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919) 638-4811 

Dodd, Leslie Allison 
4020 Hawthorne Rd 
Rocky Mount. NC 27801 
(919) 443-3424 



160 DIRECTORY 



Dooner. Hope Mane 
640 River Chase Point 
Mania, GA 30328 
(404) 955-2606 



Evins, Grace Gibbles 
115 Military St 
Oxford, NC 27565 
(919)693-7739 



Garrett, Edith Louis 
104 Courtland Dr 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
(919) 455-0420 



Hagan, Jean Forester 
310 Hillwood Rd. 
Richmond. VA 23226 
(804)228-9178 



Henkel, Claylon Caroline 
208 51st St. 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
(804) 428-7775 



Dossenbach. Margaret Leigh 
713Fitts St 
Sanford, NC 27330 
(919) 776-9152 



Fairer. Martha Applelon 
141 S Ridgecrest Ave 
Ruthertordton. NC 28139 
(704] 286-9727 



Gasswint. Karen Kay 
2920 Chapel Hill Rd #27-C 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919) 489-6459 



Hale, Knsten Anne 
12633 Sunlight Dr 
Dallas, TX 75230 
(214) 392-4370 



Herring, Barbara Anne 
1126 Harvey Si 
Raleigh. NC 27608 
(919)829-059! 



Dowling, Erin Elizabeth 
402 Brandywine Cr 
Dunwoody. GA 30338 
(404) 992-8166 



Faison. Edith Elizabeth 
1915 Granville Rd 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919) 272-6477 



Gee, Sarah Lesley 
720 Cherokee Rd 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
(704) 375-7077 



Hall. Kelly Sloan 
17 St Charles Place 
Asheville. NC 28804 
(704) 254-3902 



Heslin, Eve Toland 
1100 Churchill Downs 
Atlanta, GA 30319 
(404) 252-1595 



Dowlmg. Sara McKinnon 
402 Brandywine Cr 
Dunwoody, GA. 30338 
(404)992-8166 



Fauber. Carter White 
4629 Locksview Rd 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
(804) 384-1942 



Gill. Annis Rosetta 
P.O. Box 23 
Louisburg. NC 27549 
(919) 496-6854 



Hall, Kerry Evangeline 
124 Northside Dr 
Cedartown, GA 30125 
(404) 748-3677 



Hicklin, Stephanie Noelle 
3120 Berwick Rd 
Burlington, NC 28607 
(919) 584-1150 



Draper. Carhe Cannon 
3722 Abingdon Rd. 
Charlotte. NC 28211 
(704) 364-1146 



Feagans. Elizabeth Bondurant 
3890 Peakland Place 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
(804)384-1392 



Glascock. Anne Winston 
2805 Asbury Terrace 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919)228-8976 



Hansen. Barbara Lee 
70 26th St. 
Atlanta, GA 30309 
(404) 872-4298 



Higby, Suzannah Bentley 
Route 6 Box 372 
Boone, NC 28607 
(704) 264-4515 



Dudley. Marian Elizabeth 
100 Charnwood Rd. 
Richmond, VA 23229 
(804)288-1517 



Feezor. Kimberly Joyce 
3317 Colony Rd. 
Charlotte, NC 2821 1 
(704) 364-7962 



Goode, Anne Dudley 
4311 Bellknap Rd 
Charlotte, NC 2821 1 
(704) 366-7459 



Hardison, Anna Kathenne 
2801 Lakeview Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 782-5033 



Hill, Margaret Meriwether 
432 Drummond Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-1055 



Duerson, Kathenne Elizabeth 
336 Buncombe St 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 787-5300 

DuPree, Grelchm Layne 
7000 Ebenezer Church Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-7327 



Durden, Lon Anne 
1316 Diehl St. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919) 755-0650 



Ealy, Caro Davis 
506 South King Ave 
Dunn, NC 28334 
(919)892-5644 



Edmondson, Kelly Eugenia 
P.O. Box 788 
352 Summi! Ridge Dr. 
Lawrenceville, GA 30246 
(404) 963-6747 

Edwards, Anna Carroll 
1244 Knse Circle 
Lynchburg. VA 24503 
(804) 384-1338 



Edwards, Elizabeth Ashley 
430 Sherwood Forest Rd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
(919) 768-0210 

Edwards, Patricia Hale 
2025 Fairview Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)832-5789 



Efird, Margaret Ellen 
P.O. Box 2067 
New Bern. NC 28560 
(919) 633-5201 

Ellington, Margaret Ann 
16 Amherst Rd. 
Asheville, NC 28803 
(704) 274-3462 

Ellis, Sara Elizabeth 
1718 Rolling Hills Cr 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304)342-1783 

Ellis. Sara Hines 
104 Lynhurst Lane 
Shelby, NC 28150 
(704) 487-7633 



Ellison, Chnstel Ann 
608 Brooktield Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)848-0113 

Embrey, Lisa Diane 

635 Patterson 

San Antonio. TX 78209 

(512)824-6075 



Erwin, Isabel Dunlap 
Route 5, Gatewood 
Greenwood, SC 29646 
(803) 223-7883 

Ethendge, Marilyn Christine 
1718 EdgewoodDr 
Elizabeth City. NC 27909 
(919)332-3294 

Evans. Stacy Deanna 
500 Lakeview Dr 
Ahoskie. NC 27910 
(919) 332-3294 



Field. Eleanor Sedberry 
34 Buena Vista Rd. 
Asheville. NC 28803 

Finch. Twyla Frances 
2575 Peachtree Rd. NE(26-A) 
Atlanta, Ga. 30305 
(404) 262-9456 

Finney. Kathryn Coddington 
509 Fienry St. 
Spartanburg, SC 29302 
(803) 579-3739 

Fisher. Maria Carola 
272 Windsor Dr 
Salisbury. NC 28144 
(704) 636-4811 

Fitzmaunce, Ann Mane 
6901 Slade Hill Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 878-9378 

Fletcher, Molly Clark 
PO Box 216 
Ocracoke. NC 27960-0216 
(919)928-3531 



Fordham, Mary Elizabeth 
108 Madison St 
Plymouth, NC 27962 
(919) 793-9942 

Fowle, Sadie Francis 
772 West Main St 
Washington, NC 27889 
(919) 946-4694 



Frost, Constance Ann 
12208 Nyanza Rd , SW 
Tacoma. WA 98499 
(206) 582-4221 

Fulton. Grace McGregor 
811 Country Club Dr 
High Point, NC 27262 
(919) 882-1153 



Gada. Kathy Ruth 
1025 Marlowe Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-3420 



Gadsden, Jill Constance 
P.O. Box 426 
Winton, NC 27986 
(919) 358-4071 



Gainey, Delons Mane 
P.O. Box 1631 
Aramco. Saudi Arabia 
(966) 357-1355 



Gann, Madns Layne 
Rt 3 Box 1198 
River Road 
Lillington, NC 27546 
(919)893-2658 



Gardner, Susan Camille Marn 
2543 Wake Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919) 787-9295 



Garey, Sallie Elizabeth 
2210 Carlisle Rd 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919)274-0089 



Garland, Susan Bartow 
7203 19th Ave., NW 
Bradenton, FL 33529 
(813) 792-8203 



Goodnight. Julia May 
1025 Confederate Ave 
Salisbury. NC 28144 
(704) 633-4530 

Goodwin. Martha Jane 
24 BnttanyWoods 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304) 346-5253 



Graham. Mary Borden 
512 Emerywood Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 847-8166 

Gray, Julia Marja 
943 Sandswood Dr 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
(704) 864-2513 



Gray, Selden Taylor 
PO Box 350 
Antigua. West Indies 
(809) 462-2061 

Green, Sabra Kea 
2201 Canal Dr 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919) 237-4984 



Greene. Angela Paige 
22 Fisldstone Ln. 
Mabane, NC 27302 
(919) 563-5534 

Gregory. Susan Elizabeth 
950 Serpentine Drive South St 
St. Petersburg, FL 33705 
(813)867-2252 

Gner. Marian Berkerley 
Apt. 10-1 

1825 St. Julian PI 
Columbia, SC 29204 
(803) 779-3080 



Gnne, Elizabeth Lewis 
131 Ripley Rd. 
Wilson. NC 27893 
(919) 291-1664 



Groessl, Knsten M 
2425-H Wesville Ct 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(914) 499-3102 



Guggenheimer. Dorothy Eugenia 
416 Trents Ferry Rd. 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
(804) 384-2239 



Gulley, Margaret DeVore 
4806 Hollyndge Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27612 
(919) 787-0824 

Gunn, Susan Hayes 
1808 Trowbridge Cove 
Atlanta. GA 30338 
(404) 394-0438 



Gunter, Emily Catherine 
Rt. 1 , Box 72 
Ft Payne. AL 35967 
(205) 845-5781 

Gun, Noelle R. 

777 Weathergreen Ave 

Raleigh, NC 

Hackney, Jane Mather 
220 Alderson Rd 
Washington, NC 27889 
(919)946-4671 



Hardy, Mary Catherine 
505 N Caswell St 
LaGrange. NC 28551 
(919) 556-3292 

Harley, Louisa Thomas 
1722 Brooks Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 782-9542 

Harper, Elizabeth Sloan 
Route 7 

George King Rd 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919)493-3783 

Harrington. Julia Stewart 
1600 St Marys Or 
Waycross, GA 31501 
(912) 285-4883 

Harrington, Susan Elizabeth 
1600 St Marys Dr. 
Waycross, GA 31501 
(912) 285-4883 

Harris, Kathenne Rhyne 
1901 Providence Rd. 
Charlotte. NC 2821 1 
(704) 364-4402 

Harris, Myra Grey 
2609 Portland Ave. 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
(704) 332-7415 

Harnss, Mananna Minton 
PO Box 3720 
Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
(919) 929-3616 

Hart, Charlotte Preslon 
626 Club House Dr 
Salisbury, NC 28144 
(704) 633-9249 

Hathaway, Blair Elizabeth 
Deer Run Rd. 
Ednam Forest 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 
(804) 977-7247 



Hattaway, Margaret Law 
425 Drummond Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 781-3843 



Hayes, Susan Elizabeth 
1625 Heatherlock Dr. 
Gastonia, NC 28054 
(704) 864-5388 

Heckel. Heidi Jo 
1511 Fleming Rd. 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
(919) 292-6658 

Helmick, Allison Pierpont 
4616 Yacht Club Rd. 
Jacksonville. FL 32210 
(904) 389-2784 

Helms, Charlotte Leslie 
317 Dogwood Dr 
Conway, SC 29526 
(803)365-6711 



Helms, Tonya Leigh 
6008 Dogwood Blvd. 
KannapoTis, NC 27608 
(704) 786-5092 

Hemingway, Alice Scott 
1410 Captains Rd 
Tarboro, NC 27886 
(919) 823-1128 



Milliard, Troy Lynn 
5225 Sedgelield Dr. 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 847-4016 



Hillman, Francea Corallie 
450 Crestside Dr., SE 
Concord, NC 28025 
(704) 782-5679 

Hinds. Hilary Elizabeth 
9212 Sterling Montague Dr. 
Great Falls, VA 22066 
(703) 759-4067 

Hines, Shannon Evelyn 
1119 Southwest Ave 
Johnson City, TN 37601 
(615)928-1623 

Hobson, Knsten Black 
5826 Whitebud Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 872-6684 

Holt. Rebecca Ann 
91 5 Fitts St. 
Sanlord. NC 27730 
(919) 775-7054 

Hooper, Jill Ames 
7 Woodcock Ln. 
Ridqeheld, CT 06877 
(203) 431-4366 

Howell, Kimberly Sue 
5314-A Covey Ct 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

Hutchins, Amanda Burton 
1315 Greenway Dr. 
High Point, NC 27262 
(919) 882-8645 

Isley. Melissa Carol 
6908 Breckenndge Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 847-1342 

Jackson, Sandra Frances 
3741 Yorktown Place 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 781-0349 

Jacobs, Kathryn Farrow 
4410 Bromley Ln. 
Richmond. VA 23221 
(804)358-1224 



Jamerson, Julie Ann 
6800 Valley Lake Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 848-1003 



Jared, Elizabeth Allan 
2938 Habersham Way, NW 
Atlanta. GA 30305 
(404) 231-5409 

Johnson, Amanda Elizabeth 
8704 Southhampton Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27614 
(919)847-1479 

Johnson, Angela Constello 
8306 Ray Rd 
Raleigh. NC 27612 
(919) 848-4092 

Johnson, Claire Carter 
4009 Dogwood Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
(919) 299-5281 

Johnson, Janet Leslie 
613 Lakeside Dr. 
Conway, SC 29526 
(803) 248-2689 



DIRECTORY/ 161 



Johnston, Barbara Victor 
118 Oakwood Place 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
(804)384-8619 

Jones, Teresa Rosalind 
1402 Laurel St. 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919) 663-4907 

Julian, AJystyre Katharine 
475 Sullivan Rd. 
Statesville, NC 28677 
(704) 872-0355 

Juliano, Jessica Hart 
5220 MannaClub Dr 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
(919)395-5569 

Kadowaki, Naoko 

6-8-34 Tsukimino, Yamato-shi 

Kanagawa-pref.242, Japan 

(0462)75-1617 



Kaufman, Emma Pauline 
7006 Valley Lake Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
(919) 848-0299 

Kearney, Wary Lisa 
3500 Huntleigh Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
(919) 872-0365 

Keel, Kathenne Elizabeth 
203 Water St 
Edenton. NC 27932 
(919)482-8725 

Kessner. Victoria Ann 
2250 Six Branches Dr 
Roswell. GA 30076 
(404) 992-5786 

Killen, Crystal Elizabeth 
703 Chestnut Dr 
Smithfield. NC 27577 
(919) 934-2796 

Kim, Hyung-Sook 
7417 Whernside Si 
Lorton. VA 22079 
(703) 339-7251 

Kirkland, Lela Lee 
1004 Salem St 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919) 243-5433 

Kisslo, Michelle Ann 
3701 St Mark's Rd 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919) 489-7091 

Kollmansperger. Jane Andrew 
1208 W. Princess Anne Rd 
Norfolk, VA 23507 
(804) 625-5277 

Kostal, Elizabeth Lee 
Rt. 1, Box 21 
Clifton Forge, VA 24422 
(703) 862-4745 

Kramer, Charlotte Vaiden 
800 Lake Boone Trail 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 787-5341 

Kuntz, Anne Shipman 
646 Runnymede Road 
Dayton. OH 45419 
(513) 298-2841 

Lambeth, Anne Elizabeth 
314 N Riverdale Drive 
Durham, NC 27712 
(919) 383-7284 

Landis, Virginia Caroline 
1 147 Edgemont Avenue 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
(704) 864-5932 

Langston. Susan Clifton 
413 Dunes Drive 
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 
(803) 449-7137 



Lassiter, Sydney Anne 
319 Augusta Drive 
Statesville, NC 28677 
(704) 873-4948 



Lea, Margaret Rhett 
901 W Memorial Drive 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
(919)332-4916 

Lee, Mary Catherine 
1313 Griffith Road 
Monroe, NC 28110 
(704) 283-4673 

Lee, Sallie Lynn 
PO Box 1044 
Shelby. NC 28150 
(704) 487-5072 



Leqer, Joanne 
7836 Harbor Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

Leqer, Manse 
7836 Harbor Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 

Leggett, Lisa Mane 
1715 South Elm Street 
Greenville, NC 27834 
(919) 756-0663 



Lindsay, Camilla Shannon 
1802 Brevard Place 
Camden, SC 29020 
(803) 432-2250 

Little, Harriet Bailey 
929 Mocksville Avenue 
Salisbury, NC 28144 
(704) 637-2821 

Ljungdahl, Deborah Ann 

P.O Box 156 

Lake Lure, NC 28746 

Lockett, Susan Kate 
3410 Ravencliff Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28226 
(704) 542-3096 

Loflm, Anne Catherine 
9 Magnolia Crescent 
Hilton Head. SC 29928 
(803) 671-4078 

Long, Caroline Connor 
4057 Richmond Avenue 
Shreveport, LA 71106 
(313)861-3339 



Lowe. Margaret Kelly 
907 Forest Avenue 
Johnson City, TN 37601 



ty, Tr 
271 



Luesing. Cormne Clements 
3399 E Wood Valley 
Atlanta, GA 30327 
(404) 266-0026 



Lyles, Hillary Masters 
2015 North Broad Street 
Camden. SC 29020 
(803) 432-3923 



Lynah. Mary Rowland 
127 E. 46th Street 
Savannah, GA 31405 
(912) 233-9624 



Lynch. Bess Morgan 
317 Ellington Street 
Clayton. NC 27520 
(919) 553-7344 



Ma, Maria Weizo 

203 Indian Creek Drive 

Mechanicsburq. PA 17055 

(717)761-6371 



Mackie. Ashland Robinson 
133 Juniper Street 
Wake Forest, NC 27587 
(919) 556-4906 

Mackorell, Susan Landron 
21 St Claire Lane 
Atlanta. GA 30324 
(404)261-0300 



Maddison, Sally Pumngton 
1112 Harvey Street 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)832-8793 

Manautou, Maria Antonia 
Calle 6 B-8 Bello Honzonte 
Guayama, PR 00654 
(809)864-1911 

Mann, Martha Dabney 
2509 Glenwood Avenue 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919) 787-8137 

Mann, Mary Elizabeth 
40 London Lane 
Mebane. NC 27302 
(919) 563-4661 

Mann, Wendy Lee 
HI 8, Box 682-C 
Franklin, NC 28734 
(704) 524-5728 

Marcin, Kristin Leigh 
512 51st St N.W. 
Bradenton, FL 33529 
(813) 747-8443 

Marlowe, Jane 
600 Emerywood Drive 
High Point, NC 27262 
(919) 885-4722 



Martin, Anne Elizabeth 

140 N. Valley 

Southern Pines, NC 28387 

(919)692-5505 

Marlin, Christine Anne 
10401 Hobby Hill Road 
Richmond, VA 23235 
(804) 320-4908 

Martin, Patricia Michelle 
1900 Villifane Drive 
Pensacola, FL 32503 
(904) 434-1135 

Mason, Michelle Lynn 
14108 Wyndfield Circle 
Raleigh, NC 27614 
(919) 847-5735 

Master. Kristin Elizabeth 
3705 Prince Andrew Lane 
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 
(804) 340-5339 

Mathews. Laura Evelyn 
P.O. Box 609 
Rose Hill, NC 28458 
(919)289-2291 

Matzenbach. Sarah Anne 
5000 Town Center, Ste 3306 
Southfield, Ml 48075 
(313) 457-3412 

Maury, Carleton Anne 
P.O. Box N4831 
Nassau. Bahamas 
(809) 325-8752 

Maynard. Patricia Marie 
105 Hillsdale Court 
Cary, NC 2751 1 
(919) 467-3437 

McBnde, Maureen Maude 
Box 1127, Benvenue Road 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
(919) 442-1636 

McCabe, Patricia Anne 
1223 Staunton Road 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304) 343-0434 

McCain, Sidney Anne 
10 Muirs Court 
Alexandria, VA 22314 
(703) 548-3298 

McCallum, Ellen Lee 
3141 Ashel Street 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 782-3199 

McClellan, Elizabeth Ann 
3113 Virginia Avenue 
Charleston, WV 25304 
(304) 344-8800 



McCoy, Leigh Alexandra 
2800 Lake Forest Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919) 288-3336 

McGuire. Sarah Kathenn 
4510 Holly Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
(804) 428-2695 

McKenna, Kirsten Margaret 
101 Rockingham Road 
Greenville, SC 29607 
(803) 277-0492 

McNair. Martha Jane 
2715 Loch Lane 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
(704) 364-4232 

McNeill, Maye Dawn 
940 Thomas Road 
Beaumont, TX 77706 
(409) 892-2095 

Mehta. Anita June 
4207 Union Street 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-4297 

Miller, Anne Godwin 
Rt 5, Box 583 
Roanoke, VA 24014 
(703) 989-4377 

Miller, Christine Elizabeth 
803 Miller Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
(919) 725-3198 

Miller, Heather Fawn 
3640 Ironwood Cr Apt 104 
Bradenton, FL 33529 
(813) 794-0005 

Miller. Helen Winston 
206 Park Avenue 
Brevard, NC 28712 
(704) 883-2996 



Miller, Margaret Kirtland 
1108 Oak Hill Drive 
Monroe, NC 28110 
(704)289-1429 

Miller, Mary Catherine 
Rt 5. Box 583 
Roanoke, VA 24014 

(703) 989-4377 

Miller, Molly Ann 
3831 N Mam Street 
High Point. NC 27260 
(919)869-2357 

Mills, Pnscilla Tyler 
480 t7th Ave. NW. 
Hickory, NC 28601 

(704) 328-3409 

Mmchin, Margaret Ann 
Box 536, Faulkner Rd 
Whitingham. VT 05361 
(802)368-7126 

Misu, Fumie 

c/o SISA, 4-16-14, Nakameguro 

Tokyo, Japan 153 

03-710-7513 

Mobley, Mary Kimbrough 
3481 Cochise Drive NW 
Atlanta, GA 30339 
(404) 435-8529 

Moore, June Elaine 

1002 Crescent Dr PO Box 1514 

Smithfield. NC 27577 

(919) 934-2357 

Moore, Mary Lee Hanes 
2680 Grosvenor PI 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
(919) 757-1343 

Moore, Susan Leigh 
2858 Wychft Road 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 782-7833 

Morris, Kristin Ann 
2109 Buckingham Rd 
Raleigh, NC 27607 
(919) 787-1380 

Mori, Heidi Porter 
209 Whitaker Blvd., West 
Huntington, WV 25701 
(304) 525-2207 

Moss. Pnscilla Read 
3506 Round Hill Road 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919)288-0628 

Mulcahy, Christine Ann 
407 'N St SW 
Washington, DC 20024 
(202) 488-1015 

Mulhcan, Karen Leigh 
2840 W Bngstock Road 
Midlothian. VA 23113 
(804) 794-8839 

Mullms, Kelly Mane 
123 Bruce Dr 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919)467-3372 

Murayama, Nobuko 

102 Uroko-machi, Kanazawa-shi 

Ishikawa-Prefecture 920 Japan 

0762-21-2532 

Murphey, Amy Elizabeth 
2121 Hwy 42 East 
Clayton, NC 27520 
(919) 533-6359 

Naef, Cynthia Meta 
1213 Kershaw Or 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-6940 

Neader, Mary Alyce Elizabeth 
812 St Cloud Dr 
Statesville, NC 28677 
(704) 837-0166 

Nelson. Cynthia Gail 
911 Country Club Road 
Valdosta, GA 31601 
(912)247-1121 

Newman, Mary Lisa 
Rt 2. Box 543 
Spring Hope, NC 27882 
(919) 478-5454 



Newton, Mary Kinq 

POBox 15 

Millers Creek, NC 28651 

(919)667-6623 



Nichols, Isabel Hemitsh 
Rt 3. Box 155 
Brevard, NC 28712 
(704) 853-2521 



Noble. Elizabeth Hunt 
517 N Main St 
Landis, NC 
(704) 857-0387 

Oates, Elizabeth Lorraine 
PO Box 849 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919) 633-5746 

O'Connor. Catherine Marie 
6501 Arnold Road 
Raleigh. NC 27607 
(919)851-6471 

Odeen, Karla Ann 
1209 Crest Lane 
McLean, VA 22101 
(703) 528-3842 

Ogden, Mary MacDonald 
944 Mam Street 
Danville, V A 24541 
(804) 791-4463 

Owen, Patricia H. 
PO Box F 

Hot Springs, VA 24445 
(703) 839-2033 

Owens, Melissa Anne 
530 Confederate Avenue 
Salisbury. NC 28144 
(704)637-7117 

Pace, Rebecca Hessehna Lida 
2902-A S Memorial Drive 
Greenville, NC 27834 
(919) 756-0390 

Page. Catherine Cox 
101 Dunedin Ct 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919) 469-1362 

Park, Margaret Maria 
2035 Wendover Road 
Charlotte. NC 28211 
(704) 366-1352 

Parker, Ida Barrett 
201 W Pine St., Box 43 
Pine Level, NC 27568 
(919) 965-2226 

Payne, Adair Archer 
930 Magnolia 
Norfolk, VA 23508 
(804) 489-9364 

Paynter. Laura Leslie 
219 Main Street 
Oxford, NC 27565 
(919) 693-7432 

Peel, Fanny Manning 

300 Woodlawn Drive PO Box 187 

Wilhamston, NC 27892 

(919) 792-3440 

Penny, Anne Mane 
PO Box 937 
Lillington, NC 27546 
(919)893-4749 

Perkins. Margaret Edythe 
Box 72 

Old Deerfield, MA 01342 
(413) 772-6352 



Peterkin. Amy Elizabeth 
Route 1. Box 12 
Fort Motte. SC 29050 
(803)874-1515 

Petta, Emily Burkam 
8073 Charter Oak Lane 
Pineville, NC 28134 
(704) 541-0552 

Phillips, Kelly Rhodes 
1916Greystone Rd NW 
Atlanta, GA 30318 
(404) 355-1836 

Pickard, Melanie Elizabeth 
755 Niagara Rd 
Southern Pines, NC 28387 
(919)692-6647 

Pitlman. Hope Adare 
504 #2F Providence Road 
Charlotte, NC 28226 
(704) 364-4767 

Plettner. Deborah Lynn 
5104 Spnnqwood Drive 
New Bern, NC 28560 
(919)633-0579 • 

Poisson, Susan Doyle 
416 N. 3rd St 
Smithfield, NC 27577 
(919) 934-6291 

Presley. Cynthia Lynn 
76 Macon Avenue 
Asheville. NC 28801 
(704) 255-5559 



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Pridgen. Kathenne Rochelle 
410 Country Club Drive 
Jacksonville, NC 28540 
(919)347-3261 



Schwartz. LeaAnn Huggins 
Rt 2. Box 15 
Easlover, SC 29044 
(803) 353-8547 



Somers, Susan Simpson 
425 Lake Shore Lane 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
(919) 942-5296 



Thompson, Mary Deane 
4580 Club Terrace, NE 
Allanta. GA 30319 
(404) 231-0789 



Williams, Elizabeth Anne 
616 Arlington Street 
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
(919) 942-4656 



Pullen. Kathenne Christhilf 
3002 Fairview Road 
Raleigh, NC 27608 

Raugh, Eleanor Carson 
1444 6th St. Cir, Ct. NW 
Hickory, NC 28601 
(704) 324-2084 

Raymer, Anne Saunders 
330 Mitchell Avenue 
Slalesville. NC 28677 
(704) 872-2292 

Redding, Anna Foy 
701 Westmont Dr. 
Asheboro, NC 27203 
(919)629-9928 

Redwan. Hanya 
The Knolls 1820 Apt. D 
Hillock Dr. 
Raleigh. NC 27612 
(919) 787-1259 

Reville, Sally Zeigler 
3907 Yadkin Drive 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 787-6141 

Rice. Anne Carrtngton 
St. Marys College 
Raleigh. NC 2761 1 
(919) 821-7457 

Richardson, Laura Anne 
3112 Camelot Ct. 
Durham. NC 27705 
(919) 493-6304 

Ritchie. Miriam Efird 
9910 HuntcliH Trace 
Atlanta, GA 30338 
(404) 998-1064 



Roberts, Kristin Adair 
Rt. 1 Box 342 St. Mary's Rd 
Hillsbouough. NC 27278 
(919) 383-5022 

Robertson. Elizabeth Coles 
POBox 188 
Halifax, VA 24558 
(804) 476-7405 

Robinson, Leslie Dean 
1903 Brookhaven Rd. 
Wilmington. NC 28403 
(919) 762-4273 

Rohrer, Kathrme Jenkins 
229 Huntley Place 
Charlotte, NC 28207 
(704) 374-0692 

Rooker. Stewart Hodgson 
9 Black Duck Rd 
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 
(803) 671-2905 

Ross. Kathryn Lynn 
217 Churchill Drive 
Greenville, NC 27834 
(919) 756-4207 

Rost, Alexandra Darmen 
Auf der Weide 23-D-6232 
Bad Soden. W. Germany 
06796/28963 

Ruff in, Jane Hackney 
1112 Lakeside Dr 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919) 291-5439 

Safko, Stacey Ann 
103 Pebblebrook Drive 
Knightdale, NC 27545 
(919)266-9813 

Sams. Mary Stacie 
POBox 1806 
Columbus, MS 39701 
(601)327-4936 

Sapp. Marmda Warren 
8 Kimberly Drive 
Durham. NC 27707 
(919)489-8897 

Sasseen, Elizabeth Ashley 
612 Wilkinson Drive 
Launnburg. NC 28352 
(919)276-4912 



Scott, Amelia Walton 
217 Valley Stream Road 
Statesville, NC 28677 
(704) 872-3790 

Scott, Anne Leslie 
4 Gleneagle Court 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(704) 872-3790 



Scruggs, Margaret Blair 
6311 Turner Way 
Dallas. TX 75230 
(214)239-5843 

Sealy, Havalan Duff 
6605 W. Lake Anne Dr 
Raleigh, NC 27612 



Senter, Dana Lynn 
3625 Stratford Road 
Durham. NC 27707 
(919) 493-5613 

Shannon. Slephanie Ann 
PO Box T 

Sweet Briar, VA 24595 
(804) 946-5970 

Shaw, Elizabeth Lindsay 
1806 Granville Road 
Greensboro. NC 27408 
(919) 272-6200 

Shellhorn, Carol Ann 
130 Stratford Place 
Salisbury, NC 28144 

Shinoda. Chieko 
3-16-17 Ichikawa City 
Chiba, Japan 

Shreve, Patricia Bailey 
1101 Knollwood Drive 
Wilson, NC 27893 
(919) 355-6680 

Shubert. Tern Lynn 
64 Quail Ridge 
Grennville. NC 27834 
(919)355-6680 

Simpson, Laurel Frances 
Rt. 3. Box 102 
Beaufort. NC 28516 
(919) 728-2334 

Smgletary. Elizabeth Tracy 
1115 Lake Drive 
Valdosta, GA 31601 
(912) 242-5081 

Sinners, Brandon Michelle 
1146 Edisto Drive 
Sparranburg. SC 29302 
(803) 582-8265 



Sledge, Elisabeth Gardner 
416 Willowbrook Drive 
C8ry, NC 27511 
(919) 467-3152 



Sloan. Elizabeth Blair 
2217 S Live Oak Parkway 
Wilmington. NC 28403 
(919) 762-4336 

Sloan, Margaret Windley H. 
Route 1, Box 716 
Washington. NC 27889 
(919)946-2982 



Smith. Amy Clark 
114 North Milford Drive 
Salisbury, NC 28144 
(704) 633-8448 



Smith. Caroline Carter 
825 Glenwood Terrace 
Anniston, AL 36201 
(205) 236-6952 

Smith, Melissa Ann 
4352 Silo Lane 
Charlotte. NC 2821 1 
(704) 366-5962 



Smith. Phyllis Elizabeth 
1126 Carysbrook Lane 
Charlotte. NC 28210 
(704) 523-4687 



Speagle, Virginia Ashley 
835 21st Avenue Drive, NW 
Hickory, NC 28601 
(704) 322-6312 

SprunI, Annie Gray 
1909 Gillette Dr 
Wilmington. NC 28403 
(919) 763-1591 

Staats. Catherine Whitehill 
504 Richmond Rd 
Salisbury. NC 28144 
(704) 633-2324 

Stack, Jane Tachel 
PO Box 53842 
Fayetteville, NC 28305 

Standing, Anne-Mane 
421 Goodspeed Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 
(804) 428-2583 

Steele. Susan Andrews 
3412 Coleridge Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 782-1269 

Stephenson. Holly Lyn 
3408 Downey Court 
Rale.gh. NC 27612 
(919) 782-1516 

Stephenson, Karen Elizabeth 
312 Bay Drive 
Gary. NC 27511 
(919) 467-6067 

Stephenson, Leah Kathenne 
400 Summer St. 
Selma. NC 27576 

Stephenson. Susan Carol 
5014 Shamrock Drive 
Raleigh. NC 27612 
(919) 787-1881 

Stevens, Vyvian Beth 
7800 Hemlock Court 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919)848-0385 

Stickley, Connne Howell 
303 Country Club Drive 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919) 273-0282 

Stocks. Tia Michelle 
1904 Township Or. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 878-5513 

Sullivan, Catherine Lynch 
3308 Landor Road 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 787-0102 

Sullivan, Claudia- Lea 
2219 Woodland Rd 
Henderson, NC 27536 
(919) 438-6611 

Sullivan, Meagan llene 

PO Box 1288, 2219 Woodland Rd 

Henderson, NC 27536 

(919) 438-6611 

Taylor, Kate-Rucker Penn 
506 Abington Place 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
(919) 734-5334 

Taylor, Mtsti Dawne 
3808 Camaro Court 
Raleigh, NC 27604 
(919)876-0986 



Taylor. Shannon Leigh 
210 Edgewood Drive 
Louisburg. NC 27549 
(919)496-2166 

Teta, Mary Margaret 
108 Launis Street 
Pittsboro, NC 27312 
(919) 542-4755 



Thomas. Nancy Cordelia 
523 Jefferson Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
(704) 364-3304 



Thornton, Carolyn Elizabeth 
200 Country Club Circle 
Clinton, NC 28328 
(919) 592-6660 

Thorpe. Sara Chandler 
1528 West Haven Blvd 
Rocky Mount. NC 27801 
(919) 977-3091 

Thurlow, Suzanne Carole 
10513 Whitestone Rd. 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 848-9815 

Thurmond, Lee Anne 
PO Box 645 
Hopkinsville, KY 42240 
(502) 886-5771 

Tierney, Mary Beth 
327 Transylvania Avenue 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 781-2857 

Tilson, Ann Chandler 
116 Cowper Drive 
Raleigh, NC 27608 
(919)832-8980 

Toland, Jerri Shuford 
2961 Margaret Mitchell Ct 
Atlanta. GA 33042 
(404)351-2277 

Toler, Ellen Elizabeth 
3601 Westndge Circle Dr 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
(919) 443-0713 

Townsend. Jane Lynn 
177 Hillcrest Ave SE 
Concord. NC 28025 
(704) 786-1863 

Tuller, Virginia Beverly 
748 Abeiia Road 
Columbia. SC 29205 

(803) 254-0993 

Turner, Elizabeth Nicoll 
401 Marlowe Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-2239 

Turner. Lindy 
6 Longslreet Road 
Weldon, NC 27890 
(919) 536-4483 

Van Nortwick, Nancy Battle 
1700 Canterbury Road 
Greenville. NC 27834 
(919) 756-5222 

Vaughn, Lina Farlow 
1605 Independence Road 
Greensboro, NC 27408 
(919) 288-1270 

Venable, Lucy Meredith 
925 Newton Road 
Charleston, WV 25314 
(304) 342-7685 

Walker, Deborah Ann 
4724 Locksview Road 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 

(804) 384-5993 

Walton, Kathenne Dupre 
225 Bennett Street 
Mt Pleasant, SC 29464 
(803) 884-9639 

Warner, Carolyn Wooten 
632 Lakesore Drive 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
(919) 778-1348 

West, Suzanne Jayne 
1410 Trafalgar Drive 
High Point. NC 27260 
(919) 883-7997 



White, Kimberly Ayn 
2920 Chapel Hill Road 73A 
Durham, NC 27707 
(919) 489-5076 



Whitner, Mary Elizabeth 
2421 Sedley Road 
Charlotte, NC 28211 
(704) 366-7597 



Williams. Elizabeth Condrey 
3200 Foxvale Drive 
Oakton. VA 22124 
(703)620-9159 

Williams. Elizabeth Lee 
P O Box 162 
LaCrosse, VA 23950 
(804) 757-7466 

Williams. Martha Paige 
PO Box 1444 
Wendell. NC 27591 
(919) 365-5566 

Williams, Mary Carrmgton 
Rt 2. Box 365B 
Richmond. VA 23233 
(804) 784-5715 

Williams. Melissa Mary 
102 Linden Street 
Plymouth, NC 27962 
(919) 793-5828 

Williams, Ashley Stuart 
316 Summertime Road 
Fayetteville, NC 28303 
(919)484-1395 

Wilson. Barbara Leigh 
4500 Chesborough Road 
Raleigh, NC 27612 
(919) 781-6879 

Wilson, Rebecca Lawrance 
234 Magnolia Drive 
Danville. VA 24541 
(804) 793-3360 

Winther, Lindsey Anne 
22 Hampton Key 
Williamsburg, VA 23185 
(804) 220-2343 

Wolverton, Anna Binet 
1811 Falls Church Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919)876-8312 

Wolverton. Elizabeth Chnstman 
1811 Falls Church Road 
Raleigh. NC 27609 
(919) 876-8312 

Woods, Leslie Ruth 
Rt 2 Stoney Creek Road 
Chapel Hill. NC 27514 
(919) 732-7873 

Wright, Emily Miller 
537 S Hamilton Sfreet 
Eden, NC 27288 
(919)627-7253 

Wyman. Mary Hannah 
720-103 Bishop s Park Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27605 
(919) 833-8706 

Yarborouqh, Virginia 
Clavert Lilly 
2913 Skye Drive 
Fayetteville. NC 28303 
(919) 485-4977 

Young. Connne Anais 
1557 Henry Clay Avenue 
New Orleans, LA 70118 
(504) 897-2289 

Young, Tracy Brooke 
5120 Knaresborough Rd 
Raleigh. NC 27612 
(919) 787-6531 

Zervos. Mary Elizabeth 
711 Shamrock Lane 
Charleston, SC 29412 
(803) 795-0081 

Zimmerman. Lelia Kendall 
107 Prestwick Court 
Greenwood. SC 29646 
(803) 229-0319 



Saunders, Lola Elizabeth 
3131 Slaton Dr. #22 
Atlanta. GA 30305 
(404)237-1367 

Schexnayder. Robin Elizabeth 
1115 Oueensferry Road 
Cary, NC 27511 
(919) 469-3101 



Smith. Robyn Lynn 
2613 Wilson Lane 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 787-7680 

Smith. Susan Robinson 
110 Leeward Lane 
Roswell, GA 30076 
(404) 993-0650 



Thomas. Susan Page 
720-101 Bishops Park Dr 
Raleigh. NC 27605 
(919) 834-2525 

Thompson. Kathenne Ives 
5590 Lake Island Drive 
Atlanta. GA 30327 
(404) 255-3241 



Willcox. Henrietta McWillie 
1502 Cherokee Road 
Florence, SC 29501 
(803) 662-6523 

Williams. Delia Anna 
205 Fox Lake Drive 
Clinton. NC 28328 



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A woman will get only what she 

seeks 

You must choose your goals 

carefully 

Know what you like 

And what you do not like 

Be critical about what you can 

do well 

And what you cannot do well 

Choose a career or lifestyle that 

interests you 

And work hard to make it a 

success 

Enter a relationship that is 

worthy of everthing you are 

physically and mentally capable 

of 

Be honest with people, help 

them if you can but don't 

depend on anyone to make life 

easy or happy for you 

Only you can do that for 

yourself 

Strive to achieve all that you 

like 

Find happiness in everything 

you do 

Love with your entire being 

Make a triumph of every aspect 

of your life. 





164 /CONCLUSION